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Bleekk

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Posted on: 2015/2/22 14:32
Bleekk
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#121

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

@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.

liomj

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Posted on: 2015/2/22 15:29
liomj
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#122

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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

Bleekk

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Posted on: 2015/2/22 18:59
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#123

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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

Mamba

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Posted on: 2015/2/22 22:46
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#124

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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

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Cifug

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Posted on: 2015/3/3 1:27
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#125

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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.

sabahan

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Posted on: 2015/3/3 3:07
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#126

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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

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

Cifug

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Posted on: 2015/3/7 1:34
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#127

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

^^ Bump ^^

vamptrix

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Posted on: 2015/4/21 13:57
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#128

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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). :)

Cifug

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Posted on: 2015/5/18 9:36
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#129

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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

Bleekk

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Posted on: 2015/5/18 10:52
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#130

Re: xBootstrap XOOPS Theme - Development

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>