Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
I'll upload the update but before then you can uncomment it by yourself by going to Files/assets/js/scripts.js
Go to line 37 within the "qp_required_misc" function and uncomment everything below"/* Dropdown Menu - Submenu */" and above "/* Buttons */"
That'll fix it
2. Is there a chance for near future release where you would update to Bootstrap 4.0.0 release? There's quite some changes in there, especially around forms and form elements. Current version is incompatible.
3. Current version uses padding percent on flex elements - and apparently it wasn't tested on Firefox. Please don't do that, it's not a standardized feature. (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33502702/flex-elements-ignore-percent-padding-in-firefox). As an example - .signin-left-column class has padding-top: 10%. This will render incorrectly in some browsers. Use alternatives, like 10vw.
4. The CSS refers to batch-icons and uses .batch-icon class name instead of .batch as suggested but the author and as implemented in NPM package (https://www.npmjs.com/package/batch-webfont). Was there a reason for renaming? This prevents from using new versions of these fonts in the future and creates another incompatibility, when batch font is pulled from NPM.
5. The custom scripts from QuillPro are included as a set of functions called on jQuery's document.ready. That's a significant obstacle for anyone trying to use this template in dynamic JS applications, where whole pages aren't reloaded (just some portions of it) and scripts are never executed again (as there's no second document.ready). Would it be possible to rewrite the scripts:
a) as a set of functions available from outside, ready to be called when needed (that would be up to the dynamic JS application developers to decide, probably after new content is loaded, etc.). For standard HTML pages, this still could be called on jquery's document.ready, and
b) with the assumption that they might be called more than once (as will be the case for dynamic JS apps), and each call should perform properly, without memory leaks and/or broken functionality. For instance, they should first unbind all the events, before rebinding them again. (jquery's on/off methods).
1. Yes QuillPro is not offered on Base5Builder.com because it is exclusive to WrapBootstrap only.
2. Definitely! I'll be updating QuillPro to Bootstrap 4 really soon along with some other features.
3. I'm not sure what you mean here. Can you send me a screenshot of the issue in Firefox? Please send it to support [at] base5builder [dot] com
4. Renaming .batch to .batch-icon was necessary as I originally had plans for a feature that used the class ".batch". However, I scraped it later on. I will be leaving the class as .batch-icon... it shouldn't be tough to carry out the updates manually.
5. That's a tough one! Re-writing the entire script file ... I can't really promise unfortunately.
3. https://imgur.com/a/J8fHr - here's screenshot for recent Firefox and Chrome. You can see it's rendering incorrectly because of that padding percent. The element has display: flex, and that is the root of the issue. Read the stackoverflow to learn more.
4. It's not tough, but a) user needs to know about this and b) it's unnecessary and adds additional step, so why not make it easier?
5. That's really not that much big of a rewrite. Not asking about functionality change. You just need to restructure the main object and functions differently and analyze them, looking for potential issues, when called multiple times. Most of the time is just deleting/clearing things before adding new ones. Web application developers (Angular/Vue/React) will surely be grateful for that.
The update is certainly coming, but I can't give a timeline on the update just yet. As you can see from the "Updated" info on the product page, I update QuillPro regularly so you don't have to worry about it :)
Concerning the padding bug... Thanks for pointing that out. It'll be added to the next update. On the other issues, I will certainly see what I can do.
I saw your email and I thought I responded already. My bad.
I like Isotope and I like how it filters items but I'm unsure what to implement the feature as. Not sure if you understand what I mean?
Can you tell me more on how you are using it? Maybe I'll be able to add it as a proper feature instead of just "dropping the code in" with a random demo.
There are some fixes to do at the media print css?
Did you check if you are selecting "print only visible section" on the printer options. I know that may sound trivial but I need to check first.
If that's not the problem, can you send me a link where I can test it out? If it's a sensitive page, you can send me the link at support [at] base5builder [dot] com
Looking forward to hearing from you.
So instead of [class="col-md-6 col-md-offset-6"] it should be [class="col-md-6 offset-md-6"]
From checking the Bootstrap 4 Beta code, it looks like Offsets aren't in the code. Odd.
The best solution would be to wait, if you can, for the release of QuillPro 1.4 which I aim to release this coming week. It has a whole bunch of fixes and updates.
The 'Dashboard' sub menu contents that appear after clicking the hamburger overshoot the containing black nav when viewed on a mobile device. Could this be looked into?
Out of interest, when is Version 1.4 due to be released?
The top menu has been changed to slide down to fix the issue and is part of the version 1.4 update.
Version 1.4 will be released within the next few days. Currently updating the sample files, then a little more testing and we're all set.
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