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[1.8] Respond, a responsive mobile-ready Bootstrap theme
#61
I am currently working to resolve a compatibility issue with the off-canvas nav and Safari/Chrome for iOS. If you have a high proportion of users using this combination, until a fix is found, please comment out or remove the following two lines from Ungrouped Templates > headerinclude:

<script type="text/javascript" src="//cdn.rawgit.com/marcandrews/bootstrap-off-canvas-nav/v1.0.2/src/bootstrap-off-canvas-nav.js"></script>

<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="//cdn.rawgit.com/marcandrews/bootstrap-off-canvas-nav/v1.0.3/src/bootstrap-off-canvas-nav.css">

Removing the above two lines will enable the standard Bootstrap roll-down nav menu.
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#62
Respond has been updated to 1.8.3. See OP for changelog.

Please note that following releases after 1.8.3 may require MyBB 1.8.7.
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#63
This theme is simply one of the best themes out there for mybb.

Thanks very much Marc Smile
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#64
Thank you for your kind words.

I know there are still a few minor outstanding bugs, but if you find any, or have any other problems or suggestions, please do not hesitate to reply here or contact me.
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#65
Hey. I've sent you a pm, please check your inbox Smile
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#66
This is an amazing theme, I love that you incorporated Bootstrap.
Hate seeing forums that do not have mobile-friendly layouts in this day and age.

Great job Marc!
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#67
Thanks hurt! Your comments are greatly appreciated!
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#68
Just purchased. Looking forward to playing around with this. Smile
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#69
Hello Marc,

Is there any way to style the theme via bootstrap or otherwise it so it looks a bit like XenForo default? Specifically the navigation style, and ability to add some minor shadow to windows/boxes/posts.

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Thanks for your reply.
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#70
(2016-07-12, 02:04 PM)DrXotick Wrote: Hello Marc,

Is there any way to style the theme via bootstrap or otherwise it so it looks a bit like XenForo default? Specifically the navigation style, and ability to add some minor shadow to windows/boxes/posts.

Thanks for your reply.

For sure ... anything is possible. If you can find a XenForo Bootstrap 3.3 theme, it can easily be applied to Respond by including the CSS. If you cannot find one, you can create a Bootstrap theme using a Bootstrap theme generator (Google is your friend) as a base, and then modify it further to match XenForo.
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