This theme is really nice, but it would be perfect if it supported other post types like.. images, audio, links, etc…and that it displayed the corresponding icon as well.. there are currently only two types… article and video.. are you planning on adding this soon?
Thank you for writing and for the kind words. Unfortunately, given that the theme is meant to work as a solution for knowledge base sites, we’ve focused in the main types of articles (default articles, videos). You can use images or any other content within the articles, though.
We have no plans to modify this in the near future.
Can you confirm that – aside from live search and scrolling and other bonus features, this will be fine on all devices (maintaining responsiveness) on all devices. Many thanks.
Yes, this theme is responsive.
The responsiveness of a document is given by the rules you put in the CSS file according to the size of the visitor’s viewport (the size of the screen they’re using).
The main problems that you’ll face:
- Live Search
- Faq templates.
- among others.
I’m really new to this so wondering if there are any instructions on how to set up Flatbase?
Thank you for writing and thank you for purchasing flatbase.
First, you need to install WordPress, you can read more about installing WordPress here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress
Second, you need to install and activate Flatbase: http://nicethemes.com/support/theme-docs/flatbase/#installing_your_theme
Once you are done with that you can start creating content by creating articles and everything you want to display in your site.
If you want, you can import the contents that you can see in our demo site by following the instructions listed here: http://nicethemes.com/theme-xml-demo-content/
You will need to create an account to download the XML demo contents.
Is there anything in particular (besides installing WordPress and the theme) you need help with?
Nice theme, very useful!
1.- A “Faq” style shortcode will be more useful compare the template faq.
2.- Try to improve the documentation page (For example how to build the page as the demo).
3.- Create a individual sidebar for contact page (Or which can i use to add widgets)?
Could you recommend me any memberships plugin to manage user access to blog post, forums, etc?
Suerte con las Ventas!
Thank you for your kind words
Awesome, we’ll take your suggestions, thanks! I hope we can get some of them soon.
I’ve heard “Restrict Content Pro” is a good choice. I’ve never used it, but I highly trust in the developer (Pippin Williamson).
I would like to build a website where visitors can create new articles, similar to wikihow*com. The demo of Flatbase doesn’t show how to create new articles. Does Flatbase have a simple WYSIWYG editor or can you recommend an editor that plays well with Flatbase?
Thank you for writing. The articles are created through the admin section. Unfortunately the theme doesn’t count with front end content creation. Perhaps any of these could work: https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/wordpress-post-frontend-plugins/
We cannot assure they will work, and it is not part of our theme nor plugin compatibility.
We are using a horrible KB right now that does not provide sub-category support. Do you have a demo of your plugin with sub-categories? This is my only Q before I buy this.
Thank you for writing. Our theme supports the usage of sub-categories for articles. However they are not included in the main knowledge base grid for now. I hope this helps. Please let me know if you need any further assistance.
Can I please see an example? Live or Demo?
That’s right. For example, in the live demo you can see that there is a knowledgebase tree with the parent categories.
All the articles are <parent category> then article, I want to see: <parent category> then article
At this point the theme displays:
- Parent category
- item (parent)
- item (parent)
- item (child)
We’re working in order to include the functionality to also display (optional) the sub categories. But it is not like that right now.
I would like to buy this, before that I want to publish google ads with the posts of my site, so can I do it using this one? If then I will buy this asap.
Thank you for writing. You can publish google ads on any WordPress theme with a plugin like this one: https://wordpress.org/plugins/google-publisher/
Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
I need to provide paid support. That is, I am an expert in my line of work and customers want to pay me to answer their questions and solve their problems. I am looking for a support system/theme/plugin that allows paid members to submit different questions (with file/doc attachment) depending on their membership level, such as Basic, Mid, High; meaning the higher your membership (more pay), the higher the support level you get. Users first choose membership from pricing table on sign up so they can compare different features of each membership. The higher your membership, the more items are covered by your membership. For example, Low membership can only ask about soccer, Mid membership can ask about soccer + athletics; and so on. And members can only ask so many questions per membership per month. Example, Basic membership can submit one support question per month, Mid can submit 3 tickets and High can submit 10 tickets. Members don’t need to communicate with or “see” each other, the workflow is between individual members and admin. All this integrated into one system/plugin or please suggest combination of additional plugins that may be required. Is this something you offer?
Thank you for writing. Unfortunately that can’t be done with the theme as is. You’ll need to combine that with tailor made plugins or by customizing different plugins to restrict user access and to manage memberships.
This theme comes packed with a knowledge base functionality and it is integrated with the forum plugin bbPress.
Unfortunately we do not offer customization services. You’ll need an experienced developer to get a website like the one you described.
Is there any possibility to use post instead of ‘article’ custom post type? because we already have several posts, and we don’t want to change the permalink structure and brake the SEO things
Thank you for writing. Happy christmas!
Unfortunately the article functionality is only reserved for the article post type. There’s no way to change article for post within the options. Perhaps you can use a plugin to make the redirections in a way you don’t lose your SEO: https://wordpress.org/plugins/seo-redirection/
Hello. Is that possible to create two pages, one with some articles from groups/categories and second page with other articles from another groups/categories. I’ve seen your theme and for homepage or knowledgebase template page there are always all categories and articles visible. Can I use some filtering in wp_query to choose which category I want to publish on knowledgebase page template?
Thank you for writing. The theme comes packed with a shortcode that can receive a category as a parameter. So, you can organize your site to have two main parent categories and then have two separate pages to include your group of articles.
The demo data doesn’t work for me, neither does the knowledge page..
Thank you for writing. Would you please open a new support ticket over http://nicethemes.com/forums/forum/t/flatbase/ including your site access details so we can take a look?
Hi juanfra, does this theme show sub-menu, and deeper categories which have been created? For example, I have IT category, then it is Systems, and below systems it’s software.. Is this possible to show the sub categories in the homepage?
Thank you for writing. Unfortunately with the theme as it is right now it is not displaying the sub categories in the knowledgebase grid.. It is displaying the articles within the subcategories though.
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