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Bleekk
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/2/22 14:32

  • Bleekk

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 938

  • Since: 2002/12/14


@LioMJ

First thank you very much for helping on xoops modules.

As I know mymenus module supports only 3 levels of submenus which is more then enough.
The module already has a clean bootstrap template. The submenus are controlled by setting the .dropdown class for the menu item.
We can change this to make the css classes created automaticly.

Please take a look at the module skins.

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liomj
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/2/22 15:29

  • liomj

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 67

  • Since: 2012/4/10


Hi Bleek

sorry i should look further..i just found your tutorial here
https://xoops.org/modules/news/article.php?storyid=6570
In the comment section

Ive been using the old mymenus version in a new project i didnt see the bootstrap skin.....thats why i tried to create the bootstrap skin

the ready available bootstrap skin in mymenu will make it all easier..tq

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Bleekk
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/2/22 18:59

  • Bleekk

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 938

  • Since: 2002/12/14


Maybe you can update the existing template to use dropdown classes without having to set the classes manually

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Mamba
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/2/22 22:46

  • Mamba

  • Moderator

  • Posts: 11251

  • Since: 2004/4/23


Quote:
Maybe you can update the existing template to use dropdown classes without having to set the classes manually

+1
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Cifug
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/3/3 1:27

  • Cifug

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 208

  • Since: 2007/12/13


Hi, I just updated my theme to 1.03

My form boxes are not responsive like in the demo. Has this code been left out of the download? If so, how do I go about making form text input boxes responsive?

Cheers,
Marty.

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sabahan
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/3/3 3:07

  • sabahan

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 317

  • Since: 2006/3/4 5


In xbootstrap site closed template
the text placeholder for username and password are hardcoded

should use
<{$smarty.const.THEME_PASS}>
<{$smarty.const.THEME_LOGIN}>

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Cifug
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/3/7 1:34

  • Cifug

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 208

  • Since: 2007/12/13


^^ Bump ^^

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vamptrix
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/4/21 13:57

  • vamptrix

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 424

  • Since: 2008/5/3 1


I've been working for a while on a project of mine, and during that I gazed through the obituaries templates of xBootstrap.

What I noticed is that there is a lot of directly applied/inline styling that has been applied, making it impossible to override it with CSS files. An example of this can be found on https://github.com/angelorocha/xbootst ... ies/obituaries_users.html.

Here you can see several things:
* Inline the following rules are being made, which should be removed (.heyula shouldn't be there, should be something like .obituaries):
<style type="text/css"> .heyula { list-stylenonemargin0padding0; } .heyula li {width10%; floatleft;}  </style>

* On https://github.com/angelorocha/xbootst ... ries/obituaries_user.html there is an extreme lot of direct inline styling.

I'll try to submit an update for this once I find the time (I'm currently moving, so really busy time for me). :)

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Cifug
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/5/18 9:36

  • Cifug

  • Quite a regular

  • Posts: 208

  • Since: 2007/12/13


Hi, just wondering if anyone has the knowledge or the time to help with the css code to make form input text boxes responsive, like the contact form for example.

I was hoping Angelo would reply, but I think he may be away.

This theme looks and functions extremely well and is only let down with the form input text boxes. I have looked everywhere and just can't find where and what css to add.

Thanks for your time,
Marty

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Bleekk
Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development
  • 2015/5/18 10:52

  • Bleekk

  • Theme Designer

  • Posts: 938

  • Since: 2002/12/14


maybe you can use some JS to add a class to input fields like this
<script type="text/javascript">
    $(
document).ready(function(){
        $(
'input[type=text]').addClass('form-control');
    }
</
script>

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