Here you can find the same problem in the demo page.
I have try in Firefox (latest version), Chrome (latest version) and Internet Explorer 11.
Fancy Select 2 and Classic Select 2 work fine.
There is something I can do to fix the Fancy Select behaviour?
to the rule .fancy-form-select:before
Hope you will share this fix in next release. Thank you.
Thank you very much for your comment.
I added your fix for the next update.
Firstly thank you for great work - I have used your template on 2 or 3 projects now and it is an excellent product.
I have a quick question - I am trying to implement onImageUpload for the Summernote editor - is it in fact possible using your script adaptation?
I have tried all ways to implement summernote again in the page itself but can't seem to get this to work.
Can you help at all?
I am looking to use Summernote to upload an included file and have a link to it instead of using base64.
Looks like this is the onImageUpload callback.
If I don't change your included js files how do I achieve this please?
Thank you in advance!
The included PHP file should do this job. The attachments are saved to the server.
You just need to edit php/config.inc.php file.
i found an issue with the BS4 version as the headers doesn't float to right in the RTL version
though it works fine in the BS3 version.
Thank you for your feedback.
I am looking into this issue to fix for the next update.
I've migrated the smarty template from 1 host to another. However the site on cliniclown.net is working perfectly, but on cliniclowns.be the preloader keeps on spinning. I've uploaded it several times didn't change anything and checked the links and those are also correct. I can see the site If I disconnect layout.css, but ofcourse without lay-out. Could you help me with this problem or tell me in which direction I have to look?
I see that the source code is ended unexpectedly - the html code is incomplete at the end: </body> and </html> are missing at the end of the file.
Did you uploaded file by file using an ftp software or you uploaded an archive and then unarchived from cPanel?
One question before I purchase the template:
Does the Admin have RTL support?
Sorry for the duplicate posts.
Thank you for the comment.
If you have more questions, please let me know.
Does the Admin have RTL support?
Even though I'm an experienced web developer, I'm struggling with the RTL.
Do you have a simple guide for RTL start page?
I first started in BS3 seed, the code:
<link id="rtl_ltr_b1" href="assets/plugins/bootstrap/RTL/bootstrap-rtl-merged.min.css" rel="stylesheet" />
<link id="rtl_ltr" href="assets/css/layout-RTL.css" rel="stylesheet" />
does not woerk.
Now I see that in BS4 it's working perfect.
The CSS required for RTL:
1. This will rewrite bootstrap
<link href="assets/plugins/bootstrap/RTL/bootstrap-rtl-merged.min.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
2. Smarty Elements
<link href="assets/css/layout-RTL.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
Are the same for both: Bootstrap 3 and Bootstrap 4.
1) Plugins should be kept in their original file structure format and the names kept the same for those of us whom use composer / NPM to pull these in. It causes a mess as the structure and file names have been modified from original NPM packages from their plugin creators.
2) Migrating away from the plugins.js is quite the chore since it is fully integrated into the template
3) Bootstrap 4 is awesome, but I'd like to see a switch from traditional CSS to SCSS. For those of us using a framework that relies on Webpack or some version of it, including SCSS into the core is critical to keep http requests down as well as overall page speed.
Don't get me wrong, I love all the hard work you put into this, and it is greatly appreciated! Just food for thought. Especially #1 and #3. That was painful on my end to sort out.
Thank you very much for your time to leave this feedback.
Indeed, I am already working on the issues you mentioned.
But in a future update (not sure if I can finish all changes for the next one) will have a SCSS and separated JS scripts (not a single scripts.js)
Thank you very much.
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