Lucas Tsolakian

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  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Glad you like it, new exiting features are on the way ;-)

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Hey Eric currently there's no option for this one, but you could edit the element css rule: .uk-navbar-nav > li > a {}     

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Thanks for the comments @Zamboknee The package comes with the Tests project, other one-page projects cost just $5. The Blog is just an example, we can use its layout with a variety of cms package...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Sure there are many pro developers using RapidWeaver, I use it myself for my websites both personal and commercial.

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Hey Roger, something worth considering is that Blocs is based on the Bootstrap framework, while with RapidWeaver you are free to use any framework you wish, like the UIkit for instance.  

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    I'll probably make a little change to the custom logo settings, as it is now the height gets the custom value and the width is set to auto. Looks like I'm getting better results by leaving the heig...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Yep I've removed the older version from the RapidWeaver marketplace, thanks guys!

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Couldn't find an issue here, note that for custom height to work don't use set dimensions option.  Also for the blend to work set a color to the Background, like primary or secondary or even a cust...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Hey Langley, those themes are all for the YOOtheme Pro constructor for Wordpress. Therefor I doubt I could enable any of them for RapidWeaver and Stacks, although they are all based on UIkit versio...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Indeed there was an issue, you can easily fix by yourself: on all Scrollspy Enable target options remove the dot from the class name.  Initially this field supported ID's, but I later changed to on...