CodeFusion saidAwesome, will put it to use!
That’s fine – or you can have the source code: I just uploaded the forms source code to github. Feel free to do with it as you wish.
I just updated my fork. I created a theme called “Chilled” derived from ChillThemes.
I’m a developer – as such, not all of my Envato items are responsive, so I also added a non-responsive option to switcheroo. I added a
property to the
products object called “
responsive”. If it is set to
true nothing different than your original version. If it is missing or set to
false it will hide the responsive buttons leaving only the Purchase and Close button.
Because of the non-responsive option I’ve updated my product.js generator form things. I left the original one intact to support your version. I’ve added this one to support my non-responsive option. If your Envato item has a tag of “
responsive” it will set
responsive: true in the code that you copy and paste into the products.js file.
In my github demo, I set every other item to
responsive: true so you can see what I mean.
I have placed my fork on Github: https://github.com/ChillThemes/Switcheroo
1. Animated preloader icon.
2. Added Tipsy tooltip script (http://onehackoranother.com/projects/jquery/tipsy)
3. Modified overall styling to be more flat, changed cart icon into a “Buy Now” button.
Just wanted to stop by and say thanks for this awesome freebie, love it
Yeah, thanks a bunch for this nice sharing. Will be using soon.
Also, double check some code, template.css is 10kb, but template.min.css is more than 100kb
EDIT: sorry, didn’t realise it’s because normalize css include.
template.css is only custom css. template.min.css is all the stylesheets combined into one.
Dopest theme switcher man! Goodluck!
We’ve started using this switcher also.