I just released a new update with Bootstrap 4 which includes a new Ajax newsletter integration for Mailchimp, where you can use your own campaign list and it's ready to go :)
thanks for getting back I think i haven't ask the right question I mean the contact forms how do we set them up.
That would depend on what back-end stack or language you're planning to use (php, rails, node, etc), or if you want a fast and easy way to plug some contact form notifications you could use something like https://formspree.io/
I believe it should be possible, could you please tell me an example of a 360º image you'd like to use, is it from youtube? and if there's a specific page you'd want to use it in - so I can set out an example for you :)
I just uploaded a new update (v2.3) that includes 2 new pages, you can find them in Features -> Covers -> Panorama View & 360º Image.
Panorama View uses panolens.js (https://github.com/pchen66/panolens.js) and 360º Image uses the jQuery panorama viewer from the example you linked
It does include a scss variables file but it's very simple at the moment, it doesn't include changing colors for all around the theme yet, but that's something I definitely like to add for a future version.
Also, do you have any modal popup frameworks that you use in here, say for a video popup? If not, any plans for it?
The blog pages aren't enabled as a wordpress theme at the moment, but I'll definitely take a look at the converter, thanks for the link! though I wouldn't know a potential release date for it at the moment.
Regarding the modal popup, the theme has https://github.com/dimsemenov/Magnific-Popup integrated, you can see a working demo for video modals at http://spacialtheme.herokuapp.com/2.2/index-dark.html
Hope this helps,
In working with this theme I noticed a bunch of the pages don't keep the images in the section when you view in mobile. For example on this page:
the index-app-features and index-features-user don't drop their images down. I would have expected those images to persist into a mobile viewport. Any quick fix for this?
Thanks for pointing it out, I'll release an update fix regarding the images not showing on mobile; here's a quick fix for index-app.html:
inside the scss/custom/pages folder:
replace it with this:
replace with this:
float: none !important;
Regarding the logo image, just remove the classes 'd-none d-lg-inline' in the <img> tag inside the navbar-brand element
Hope this helps,
That is one hell of a template. Looks really good.
I'm really looking forward to buy this. I do have some doubts regarding the template.
Is this purely in HTML & CSS and Bootstrap 4?
Can you clarify this?
Thanks for the kind words! This is HTML/CSS & Bootstrap 4, jQuery is included because it's still a dependency for bootstrap.js and to enable almost all the JS plugins that are also included, so yeah I would say they're a major role in the theme :/
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