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alain01

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Posted on: 11/2 0:59
alain01
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#1

xswatch

Waouuu, didnt see this usefull theme !

Very impressive work, geekwright.
SO many functionnalities in this theme,

and the REAMDE file explains how to customize it !

Great !
Now, i'm working on it and try to improve to make a new theme.

geekwright

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Posted on: 11/2 2:22
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#2

Re: xswatch

Glad you like it!

My favorite aspect of open source is that when you put some thing out to the world, there is always a chance that someone will do something wonderful with it. I hope it serves you well!

Mamba

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Posted on: 11/3 2:39
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#3

Re: xswatch

Quote:

alain01 wrote:
Now, i'm working on it and try to improve to make a new theme.

If you can, please write a tutorial about your changes!
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alain01

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Posted on: 11/4 0:41
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#4

Re: xswatch

Yet,
i used B4 so i should modify some codes to get same effects like xswatch (using b3)

Lupin

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Posted on: 11/14 14:26
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#5

Re: xswatch

Hi geekwright, can I ask for a little help?

I'm using this theme ( dark version ) in a new creation dedicated to photographers and photography lovers in general ...
One of the main modules is goffy's wggallery, which is doing a great job!

Obviously all the emphasis is on images and we have tried to optimize CSS to get the best performance from smartphones on 4k monitors.
In particular for small phones I have tried to minimize the side spaces so as to give the greatest possible space to the individual responsive images ... but ...
first idea was to reduce the value of padding in ".container maincontainer "!
In fact it would work but ... scrolling the screen to the left, the page moves (as if it were larger than the width of the monitor) and displays a small empty band of some pixels on the right : something really horrendous!
With the preset left and right padding value of 15px, this does not happen!

Too bad because I really like this theme : clean, reliable with all the modules and intuitive (but not very easy for me at least) to be customized.

Some idea ?? (Before I do any worse damage ???)

Pino

alain01

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Posted on: 11/14 15:52
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#6

Re: xswatch

Hi,
with B4, may be use hide class

Read this : https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/util ... /display/#hiding-elements

Lupin

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Posted on: Today 16:37
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#7

Re: xswatch

Ty for suggestion alain

( it will be useful in future for sure ...) but i don't think the problem is there ... or I don't know WHERE use this tool!

In this theme we NEED the container as reference for all modules pages ( I think ) ... only the "padding right" command intefere with ... something !!! But wich ??? Maybe with @media commands? Mah ...

TY anyway

Pino

alain01

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Posted on: Today 16:44
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#8

Re: xswatch

Humm, Not clear,
i dont understand...

U use bootstrap (with xswatch, it's B V3)

With B4 or b3, u can use autamatically with media :

See the table here

xs, sm, md and mg...