Import to Artisteer, what about bootstrap?

tor
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tor posted this 19 May 2015

Hey, if I import a theme to Artisteer and then export it to a Joomla template, will it retain its Bootstarp framework?

Hey, if I import a theme to Artisteer and then export it to a Joomla template, will it retain its Bootstarp framework?
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Support Team posted this 19 May 2015

Hi,

In Artisteer you can open only .artx files. They do not include Bootstrap. They will be using Artisteer own responsive framework.

Sincerely,
Hella
BillionDigital Team

Hi, In Artisteer you can open only .artx files. They do not include Bootstrap. They will be using Artisteer own responsive framework. Sincerely, Hella BillionDigital Team
shaulhadar
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shaulhadar posted this 19 May 2015

Hi Tor, the best thing is to work in themler and build your theme. I transitioned from artisteer to themler and i can say that i currently have nothing i can't do with themelr (except export html which is coming also), plus themler's code is ofcourse is built on bootstrap....which is a major major plus for me.
also, artisteer's code doesn't play well with cms's like themler...

Hope you find the best solution..

Hi Tor, the best thing is to work in themler and build your theme. I transitioned from artisteer to themler and i can say that i currently have nothing i can't do with themelr (except export html which is coming also), plus themler's code is ofcourse is built on bootstrap....which is a major major plus for me. also, artisteer's code doesn't play well with cms's like themler... Hope you find the best solution..

Last edited 19 May 2015 by shaulhadar

tor
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tor posted this 19 May 2015

Hi Tor, the best thing is to work in themler and build your theme. I transitioned from artisteer to themler and i can say that i currently have nothing i can't do with themelr (except export html which is coming also), plus themler's code is ofcourse is built on bootstrap....which is a major major plus for me.
also, artisteer's code doesn't play well with cms's like themler...

Hope you find the best solution..

Hi Shaulhadar, thanks for your reply.
I also think Bootstrap is importent, so i am going to try it out with Themlar. I'm starting on a new webpage tomorrow, a simple page for a mountain cabin with a few room for rent. Have just signed in for an acount now.

I start with a fresh mind in the morning :)

> Hi Tor, the best thing is to work in themler and build your theme. I transitioned from artisteer to themler and i can say that i currently have nothing i can't do with themelr (except export html which is coming also), plus themler's code is ofcourse is built on bootstrap....which is a major major plus for me. > also, artisteer's code doesn't play well with cms's like themler... > > Hope you find the best solution.. Hi Shaulhadar, thanks for your reply. I also think Bootstrap is importent, so i am going to try it out with Themlar. I'm starting on a new webpage tomorrow, a simple page for a mountain cabin with a few room for rent. Have just signed in for an acount now. I start with a fresh mind in the morning :)

Last edited 19 May 2015 by tor

shaulhadar
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shaulhadar posted this 19 May 2015

That's great Tor, i wish you lots of success, and if you need anything, you have a great support team, and if i can , i will be happy to help also :)

That's great Tor, i wish you lots of success, and if you need anything, you have a great support team, and if i can , i will be happy to help also :)
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