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Alan Tucker commented on Alan Tucker's post over 4 years

Hi

Have tried with and without it and it makes no difference.

Thanks

Alan

Alan Tucker commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

I have just compared the v4.3.2 and v5 docs and v4.3.2 requires the span tag where as v5 does not require it. My Gemfile is using v4.3.2

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Alan

Alan Tucker commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

It seems that its not included in v4.3.2 but is included in v5.

Thanks

Alan

Alan Tucker commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

Seems that a HTML <span> needs to be added within the menulink which is not included in the documents

<li class="toggle-topbar menu-icon"><a href="#"><span>Menu</span></a></li>

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Alan

Alan Tucker commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

Hey Rafi

Thanks very much for the reply and the explanation :)

Alan

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You commented on Alan Tucker's post over 4 years

Hi

Have tried with and without it and it makes no difference.

Thanks

Alan

You commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

I have just compared the v4.3.2 and v5 docs and v4.3.2 requires the span tag where as v5 does not require it. My Gemfile is using v4.3.2

Thanks

Alan

You commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

It seems that its not included in v4.3.2 but is included in v5.

Thanks

Alan

You commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

Seems that a HTML <span> needs to be added within the menulink which is not included in the documents

<li class="toggle-topbar menu-icon"><a href="#"><span>Menu</span></a></li>

Thanks

Alan

You commented on Alan Tucker's post about 5 years

Hey Rafi

Thanks very much for the reply and the explanation :)

Alan

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