Lucas Tsolakian

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  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Here on the manual: https://weaverskingdom.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001661012-Font-Awesome-and-social-icons

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    UIkit session

    Just a reminder that the session about UIkit will be tomorrow Tuesday 6 of August, from 8 to 10 AM (GMT). See you guys there :grinning: More on all this here: https://forum.rw4all.com/t/getting-one...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Hi Harold, try to drag & drop the theme icon from the disc image to the RW icon on the dock, re-start RW and choose the UIkit theme as the theme for your project. You can also get more help from ot...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Hi refugee Harold :) The answer is yes, you'll have to rebuilt your pages using UIkit is a different framework compared to Foundation or Bootstrap. You may follow other UIkit lovers here as well: h...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Dough I cannot see an issue, here's step by step: Drop a Lightbox stack in the page and set the type to iframe Remove the Image from the Lightbox and drop a Video stack in there Enter the ID of y...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Hi Dough, did you tried the Video and Lightbox examples of the Tests project that came in the package? Cannot reproduce an error here. Will test with your own YouTube video and let you know. 

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Send me the video ID's so I can test here, I cannot reproduce an issue so far. Note that you can also drop Video stacks into a Flex stack and set it to flex-inline.

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    Sorry for the delay! I've using this one in the Kiddo project here: https://uikitstacks.com/projects/kiddo/ Currently there's not option for that, I may add one in a future revision, but here's a w...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

    There're many ways to do it, using the Flex stack is perfectly fine. You can also use the flex classes directly on the parent stack and save the use of multiple stacks, so for example you can add t...

  • Lucas Tsolakian commented,

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