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mannaxc PURCHASED
Does anyone know where emails go when you click the submit button on the contact form? I need help with this please.
bryq PURCHASED
What about license for Mix It Up ? Is it included ? I need this template for commercial use ?
bryq PURCHASED
"If the item contains licensed components, those components must only be used within the item and you must not extract and use them on a stand-alone basis." So I guess YES.
I just tried to compile the css out of the supplied less files and I receive error messages about a syntax error in the mixins.less

I do not have sufficient knowledge to fix this myself. Can you take a look into this please?
I bought this template to use it in Wordpress so I had to adapt it.

But then I realize that it will cost me the same to adapt this template or to boy a new, already prepared, one. The problem is that I don't like any wordpress theme, I like this template.

Can you recommend me any wordpress theme similar to Treble?
Hello,

First of all, congratulations for the template, Its awesome!. But I just have a little problem with the navigation bar, a want to add an item in the menu that takes the user to another page. in the <a> tag I added my link, but is not working. It seems to only work when the link you put takes the user somewhere in the same page like: <li><a href="#page-contact">Contact</a></li>

This is what i added: <li><a href="pages/apply.html">Apply</a></li>. but doesnt responnd when i click it.

you can try it here: http://goglobalproject.org/
Hope you can help me

Thanks in advance
Jose Luis Peña

josepetew@gmail.com
I have this same problem with the "hash-loader". I even used an absolute-URL link within the same directory with no results. I does link-thru to an outside URL or if I right click the menu item then it "opens in a new window". I will keep attacking this problem.

erlefurbey@aol.com
cogdog PURCHASED
There is fix for this. The developer is not using the most current version of the jQuery One Page Nav plugin even the most recent version of the theme uses version 2.2.0. Download the 3.0 version at https://github.com/davist11/jQuery-One-Page-Nav

Replace the file /assets/js/plugins/jquery.nav.js with the newer version (in older versions of the theme, it is /assets/js/plugins/jquery.nav.min.js - you can minify the code with http://jscompress.com/

Then in your navigation menu section of index.html, add class="external" to any link that is not a local one, e.g.

<ul id="main-menu" class="nav-collapse collapse">
<li><a href="#page-welcome">Cover</a></li>
<li><a href="#page-about">About</a></li>
<li><a href="#page-chapters">Chapters</a></li>
<li><a href="#page-features">Attributes</a></li>
<li><a href="#page-work">Courses</a></li>
<li><a href="http://cogdogblog.com/" class="external">Best Blog in the World</a></li>
</ul>
Hello,

can you use this template on wordpress? If so, where do you guy recommend i host the site?
Hi there,
super site;-) as have a question.
If @TheGridelicous change in my twitter account, it shows my tweets not to. Do you know why this might be?

Sorry, my English is terrible. I come from Germany;-)
Hey, first of all, great site!

But I'm having some troubles... everything is working perfectly offline, but when I put on live server, the projects on the portfolio disappear and the welcome page just shows the background.

What's happening?
Anyone can help me, please!
I just had this problem too. Some portfolio photos are not showing up in the "mixitup" portfolio-items. Empty spaces are left, even in responsive views. Tried replicating <li> chunks of code then some would not show up. What am I doing wrong?
How do I turn off fixedonlater? When I try what I think is the way the navbar disappears.

Thanks
Hi, i have bought a theme (Treble - One Page Responsive Theme 1.1 - Order# WB0573PC5), but it doesn't work for iPads ,the welcome page just shows the background. Desktop and iphone are OK.
Why?
Does Gridelicious or someone at their Bitbucket watch or monitor this space at all???
Nav links not working in chrome :(
cogdog PURCHASED
Folks there is a reason this theme (which I love) is listed as a an HTML template. Unless you are a hard code theme maker, you will go nuts trying to fold this into wordpress.

If you want something for Wordpress, head to https://wrapbootstrap.com/themes/wordpress Just about every other Wordpress theme these days has this kind of look.

For the Treble developers, what are implications / strategies / steps for moving an existing Treble site to the new version? a migration guide would be swell.
Hi cogdog, thanks for you comment. You are right about issue with creating WP theme with Treble, it's not easy thing to do. When we created this theme, goal was only on html, implementing it on custom php mvc apps or similar, we didnt plan on moving on to CMS platforms because we created 3 more themes which where, in our opinion a lot better then Treble.

Somewhere on the way, we paused with development and Treble is the only one available for purchase.

New update is in general including migration from TB 2 to TB3, and few updates in JS files.
http://getbootstrap.com/migration/

There are a lot of changes in CSS, class names and few HTML.

Best Regards,
Marko (Gridelicious team)
Does this package not come with any sort of email processor? I cant seem to locate any sort of JS/PHP processor within the package.

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Version:2
Type:
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 3.3.x
Layouts:
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Browsers:
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