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RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - panayot - 2018-12-10

Yes, there are differences in Calendar compared to my testing site. Did you edit any of calendar templates? Perhaps you just need to update mybb and bootbb to latest versions and it should be looking like http://mybb.panayot.com/calendar.php

I did not do changes to calendar templates for BootBB 2.4. Are you using BootBB 2.3 or an older version?


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - maiurb - 2018-12-10

(2018-12-10, 12:31 PM)panayot Wrote: Yes, there are differences in Calendar compared to my testing site. Did you edit any of calendar templates? Perhaps you just need to update mybb and bootbb to latest versions and it should be looking like http://mybb.panayot.com/calendar.php

I did not do changes to calendar templates for BootBB 2.4. Are you using BootBB 2.3 or an older version?

Hi, i'am using 2.3


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - panayot - 2018-12-10

Comparing HTML source for your calendar, it uses tables while the BootBB template does not. It seems that your templates are not correctly updated. I suggest that you install BootBB 2.4 in your forum with a different name, so that you can test it before switching your forum to it. 

Your problem does not seem to be related to the releases of BootBB so I suggest we continue this discussion in your other thread.


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - miguel36 - 2018-12-13

Hi guys I have a problem I have Mybb installed in its latest version 1.8.19 and I use the BootBB template, what happens is that users register very well in the forum but when they return and place their username and password they are not recognized and they can not enter. This does not happen to me with any other template, for example FA5 or Mybb's default template.

I hope you can help me, thank you very much


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - panayot - 2018-12-13

Hi, the login problem has been fixed in the latest version of BootBB. Please upgrade to 2.4.


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - miguel36 - 2018-12-13

Ok thank!


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - ahmedwaill - 2019-01-16

hello , i guess there is an issue with Nav bar in the latest version "i just upgraded from 2.3 to 2.4".
when i go to the index page it shows the nav bar as blank like this pic 
[attachment=41445]

and whenever i go to a custom page made using global templates it only shows the forum name in the nav bar like this pic 
[attachment=41446]

but it works perfectly when i get in any other section in the forum ...
i hope you can fix it soon , thanks


EDIT : fixed after adding "{$activebit}" after "{$activesep}" inside nav template.


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - panayot - 2019-01-16

This was made to reduce size of navbar on mobile phones.
I think {$activebit} is not very important as its text is duplicated on the same page anyway.

But you a right about the index page. I will make it not show the navbar at all there in next version.


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - ahmedwaill - 2019-01-16

(2019-01-16, 01:28 AM)panayot Wrote: This was made to reduce size of navbar on mobile phones.
I think {$activebit} is not very important as its text is duplicated on the same page anyway.

But you a right about the index page. I will make it not show the navbar at all there in next version.

alright then, thanks a lot Smile


RE: BootBB - Responsive Multicolor MyBB Theme - panayot - 2019-01-16

So here is the fix:

change nav template from


<ol class="breadcrumb container">
  {$nav}{$activesep}
</ol>

to


<ol class="breadcrumb container">{$nav}{$activesep}</ol>

and add this to global.css:


/* hide navigation if empty */
ol.breadcrumb:empty {
display:none;
}

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