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1) The documentation does not provide instruction on how to set which navigation link is active. When viewed on mobile devices (or a desktop browser resized to be small) the navigation menu turns into a select list, but Home will always be selected, not the page that is actually active. You can see this problem even when previewing the theme here, or on themeleaf's website. I found the code in js/custom.js which creates the <select>, and the code does not work correctly even if you set the active navigation element to have "active" class. This means that whatever page you are on, you cannot navigate back to "Home" using the select list, since "Home" is always already selected.
2) Several of the pages in this theme will have an ugly horizontal scrollbar when viewing on a mobile device (or a desktop browser resized). Again, you can see this yourself when previewing the theme here or on themeleaf's website. For example, see the Product Information page or About Us page on a mobile device or small browser window.
3) Another issue is that I purchased the theme from wrapbootstrap, and received version 1.0 of the theme, but on themeleaf's website they show they have released newer versions. Should they not make updates available to customers who have purchased their theme?
Clarification would be appreciated.
Also, not sure what you mean by horizontal scrolling - please clarify in your email.
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 2.3.x|
|Tags:||business, clean, clean design, portfolio, pricing table, product, responsive, service, slider|
|Released:||5 years ago|
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