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I emailed you directly earlier today but we were in a bit of a hurry so I went ahead and purchased. All looks good but I can't seem to get the modal blocks to work!
I've set up two stacks, added the modal blocks and added the bootstrap buttons. all as per your instructions. I checked the theme (Modena) and found out that it is NOT a bootstrap theme and so I went to the Bootstrap Block set up page in the dashboard and I ticked everything. Still no luck!
The page on the dev site is athttps://hereisyoursite.co.uk/icmi/index.php/modal... and I'm quite happy to set you up with access if you need it.
Am I missing something?
Thanks in advance.
So you are sure your theme is not build with Bootstrap? Because the product page of Bootstrap Blocks says:
"Bootstrap (version 3 or higher) in your theme is required for this Add-On"
Does that answer your questions? Is it a bought theme off the marketplace or where did you get the theme?
Thanks for the reply.
The theme is called Modena and we bought this through the marketplace. There is a support question re Bootstrap here:https://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/themes/modena/support/bootstra... and the creator says that the theme is not Bootstrap based.
As I say, I ticked all of the boxes in your set up page on the dashboard in the hope that this would load all of the resources needed.
If the theme is not a Bootstrap based theme, does this mean that there is no way to use your add on?
There is a way to use it, by as I stated including the .js and .css file that can be downloaded from Bootstrap to the theme. So you'd have to add those 2 files in order to use it. You can customize a download too (but not sure how that works on version 4, so this is for version 3):
And just include /css/bootstrap.min.css and /js/bootstrap.min.js to your theme. You can perhaps uncheck a whole lot of checkboxes, if you only want to use the modals of Bootstrap though. But that's a trial and error thing for later maybe. Give it a go, scroll to the bottom of the page and download it. Add the files to your theme and see if it works afterwards. Not sure how technical you are with all this stuff, so sorry if I skipped a step or 2.
I'm not in the office atm so I'll give this a go on Monday. I can be quite technical when I need to be, not too familiar with the bootstrap stuff though :)
I'll let you know how I get on.
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, it's been a busy week!
I did try to implement your solution but sadly I couldn't get it to work. We went with a different solution in the end, using the original file from teh old HTML site. It's not a big deal as this is actually an orphan page that will be referenced by 10 other sites anyway. The main thing is that it is working :)
I'm not going to be looking for a refund or anything as I'm positive that we will be able to use the add on in another project so I'll just release the license for now and transfer when we need it.
Many thanks for your help!
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