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IvaRoSoft opened this Issue Jan 19, 2019 · 5 comments

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IvaRoSoft commented Jan 19, 2019

Navigation tag {{navigation}}
create the html code:

<div id="nav" class="all">

Example css

/* 2.1: Main menu */
#nav { ... }

????????????

You are talking about Pulse like Bootstrap 4 ..
How to edit a tag {{navigation}}
to suit for Bootstrap 4
for example:

<div class="collapse navbar-collapse" id="navbarSupportedContent">

You must add optional "class" and "id" extensions.

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yuzoolcode commented Jan 20, 2019

There are also situations when templates are not using Bootstrap that may only want id="nav" and can style their menu bars with this.

So will have to think how best to proceed on this..

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IvaRoSoft commented Jan 20, 2019

It is right to think for multiple use.
In the forum I mentioned this problem.
I've included two examples of how to insert a tag in the navbar.
It works quite well.
However, it is necessary to modify the code js.
I'm trying to complete this example, I need help

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yuzoolcode commented Jan 21, 2019

@ivaro do we close the issue now and continue on the forum?

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IvaRoSoft commented Jan 21, 2019

Yes, we can close.

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yuzoolcode commented Feb 5, 2019

This has been added to the code base for 5.2.3 :)

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