Kubrat Responsive Template

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Meet Kubrat! A fresh and new website template with a flat look and feel. Kubrat is a pixel-perfect and fully responsive template. Even if Kubrat is built with the latest CSS3 and HTML5 technologies, it still maintains some retro-compatibility with old browsers.

Link to see the template from mobile devices:

Here is a list of the main features:

- HTML5 & CSS3 template
- Fully responsive
- Retina ready
- Built on CodeIgniter
- Simple HTML template pages also included in the package
- Valid HTML W3C Validated (http://validator.w3.org/)
- A Touch-enabled slider, thanks to Swipe.js (http://swipejs.com/)
- 361 icons, thanks to FontAwesome (http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/)
- Responsive Grid System, based only on CSS (no Javascript), thanks to Nathan Smith's Unsemantic Grid (http://unsemantic.com/)
- All files are properly commented

Plus, you get a fully baked UI elements, ready to be used (so that you can enjoy your dinner earlier!):
- Forms
- Colors
- Alert messages
- Buttons
- Images with hover effect
- Tags
- Progress bars
- Charts
- Blog
- Single blog post

- Support within 24/48 hours: for bugs, template related issues and small touches here and there
- For other support, contact me and we'll find a solution that fits your needs
- Feel free to contact me through the Support page on Appixify: http://www.appixify.com/appixify/support

- Images are for demonstration purposes only

---- CHANGE LOG ----

Version 1.0.2
- Updated with the latest FontAwesome Kit (4.0.3)
- General bug fixes

Version 1.0.1
- General improvements
- Corrected all the bugs/errors coming out from the W3C Validator
- Removed the unused images in the resources img folder

Version 1.0
- First released version

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  1. Christopher Mitchell
    • Purchased

    I'm having some issue with the mobile menu. For some reason or another its not showing on any of the sub pages. It is somehow adding a display:none to the div and the function seems to ignore open / close on sub pages.

    Just to make sure you're aware, this has been converted into a WordPress theme. I don't think that makes any difference. But I thought that I would ask.

    If someone could have a look and let me know where I went wrong.


    Thanks in advance


  2. Nikolay Nedkov Kolev
    • Shop Owner

    Hi @Marco Callegari .. First of all thanks for the amazing comment and for the nice words. I'm really glad you liked my product and that you find it easy and simple to use. This really means a lot to me! Thanks!

    About the radio button.. what -webkit-appearance actually does, with the 'none' specified, removes the ugly browser-imposed style on the radio button and other input fields (expecially on iOS..which for some unknown reason thinks that you want input fields with rounded corners and stuff like that..and it applies that styling by itself, if you don't tell him to do differently).

    Maybe a kinder solution will be to leave that -webkit-appearance set to none, but then add another css spec for the input[type="radio"] in which you have to specify better your own styling.

    Give it a try! If it doesn't work, just use your solution but be aware of the fact that in iOS, if you remove -webkit-appearance, you'll have the ugly pre-defined styling.

    I hope that this can be usefull to you!
    Thanks again for the kind words!

    Take care!

  3. Marco Callegari
    • Purchased

    It's an awesome theme! I'm just using it for a new project (a free chat widget) and it fits nice.
    I added a footer and I did some other tricks to having something close to my needs, but you really did a great job here! Clean & commented code. Love it!
    I had to spend a little time to understand why radio buttons were hidden, but now I found that css class and edited (removed the -webkit-appearance: none; ... do you think it will cause troubles?).
    Thanks a lot for this theme!

  4. Nikolay Nedkov Kolev
    • Shop Owner

    @blue motylek Hi! Thanks for the kind words. Kubrat was meant to be a dead simple design/graphic template. Because of that, there is no action.php file included. You're free to connect to whatever form service you would like to, and have all the control on it.

    In other words, you have to write your action.php on your own. I cannot know what action everybody that buys will need, so I left it free to integrate as you wish.

    I hope this helps.
    Take care!

  5. blue motylek
    • Purchased

    great theme. thank you! where is the action.php file. I am trying to connect the form..
    Please help.
    thank you!

  6. Nikolay Nedkov Kolev
    • Shop Owner

    @Gaurav Tiwari Thanks man! I really appreciate!

    @Chad Carteret About the colors..well maybe you're right but it should respond to a lot of use cases so I decided to make it like so cause I thought it would be simple. About the colors of the links, are you sure? I have checked that a lot of time and to me seemed ok! I also made a class for that, if you go in the Type & Grid page, you'll find it. It sounds weird that you see the nasty default styling.

  7. Chad Carteret
    • Purchased

    While I agree that this theme looks great and the html seems to be clean, semantic, and well-organized, I do have some issues with this theme. So you have the colored class names that can change background colors, not sure why you wouldn't just let me class the "body" element with a main color and a secondary color and just let your css cascade down from that. This is a change I may implement myself as it does seem a bit tedius. But perhaps more importantly, you didn't change the styling of default links at all. They're the ugly neon blue and underlined like CraigsList. This is a pretty simple change, and I'm not sure how it got overlooked. All-in-all the theme responds really well and it's beautiful, I particularly like the icons.


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