I was wondering on your old documentation for DMS you supply the code for a Nested Column:
<div class="row"> <div class="span4">4</div> <div class="span8">8 <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span6 zmb">6</div> <div class="span6 zmb">6</div> </div> </div> </div> You don't explain how to do this in Platform 5 Besides <div class="row"> </div>
Whats the appropriate code for a nested section in Platform 5.
Site URL: thelocalfilmnetwork.com
DMS Firmware: 2.2.1
At the bottom of this post, there is a CSS only option that I have implemented into my site. It looks brilliant, and I am super grateful for that addition to the thread. The only issue I am having is that the code he provides does not include all of the styling options for the button itself.
My question is, how might I go about editing the styling of the button i.e. shadows, every element of the coloring, and border colors?
No big deal if it's not easy to fix. Happy to provide any further information if necessary.
P.S. I have opened up the button in Google Dev window with Inspect and start editing it there, but it looks like there are some areas of the code that are connected to an external source (most likely bootstrap) and therefore I can't seem to edit it as much as I would like.
I'd like to request a section (or that this could be enabled on the background settings of the existing sections) in which we could set a image to stay fixed, just as we can see in the link below:
http://www.bootply.com/render/100702 (you can see 2 different background images and everything scrolls on top of it.)
Is it possible to be done without having to code it via CSS every time?
I am trying to get the background image of the Revslider to be clickable and redirect to a link.
Does anyone know how this is possible?
I am having problems in figuring out how to make the sections transparent so it shows 1 background color, Image.
I have made all sections with no background colour as it suggests in pagelines docs
this is the domain name http://www.socialwebservice.co.uk/ and this is how i would like it to look http://ecologysurveysinnorfolk.co.uk/
Any help will be much appreciated.