Firstly, I want to say thank you for a template that has so many simple customization options using bootstrap3 & a simple elegant layout. I installed the template on WordPress yesterday night & found that my homepage post excerpts do not center very well with the top header when using a sidebar & also having 66% content width. The content width doesn’t seem to interfere with the post excerpts, but if I want to use a sidebar for my main content, I don’t seem to have a simple choice in aligning it directly using the customization option.
I could possibly change the class for the homepage & use a second class for the main content, but is there a more efficient way of doing this than creating a new CSS class?
My second question is how do I implement all the wonderful styles, buttons, & enhancements of bootstrap3 they inform us about on their website? For instance, if I want to add a responsive table like this oneon one of my posts, do I simply add the HTML provided when I post an article on my main page?
<div class="table-responsive"> <table class="table"> ... </table> </div>
Edit: I tested this with a responsive table & everything seemed to work. All I did was add the html & css class attributes used from bootstrap3’s website.
Thirdly, I am also interested in modifying the CSS / HTML extensively, but am afraid my edits / changes would simply be erased when an update is available for this template. If I edit the style.dev.css & change it to style.css, will my code / edits be erased or would I simply go back to the style.dev.css & copy & paste to style.css (Of course after I backup the default CSS file) after the template has been updated? Does a update of this template replace the style.dev.css CSS file?
Thanks again Ruphel!
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