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2015-04-12, 00:58
So - I thought it would be fun to create a fake bank called - you guessed it - the Bank of Lianja.

This would have to incorporate some site building with application building.

Lianja is perfectly suited for the job.

I'll post it from time to time and when completed, will post the entire project.



2015-04-12, 20:51
Nice start. Did you use Pinegrow for a bootstrap page?

2015-04-13, 09:43
Hi Hank,

I did use Pinegrow to kick start it.
One thing I noticed was that pinegrow was missing the nav-pills under the nav class, so I just used nav-tabs, and manually changed it to <nav nav-pills nav-stacked> so I could stack them in my fourth column set.

<div class="col-md-2 col-md-offset-1 col-lg-2 col-lg-offset-1">
<ul class="nav nav-pills nav-stacked">
<li class="active">
<a href="#">Personal Banking</a>
<a href="#">Business Banking</a>
<a href="#">Investing</a>
<a href="#">Insurance</a>

Also - as you can see, I have the columns in medium and large screens with an offset of 1 column to give more distance to the right side menu.

Next - I'll fix the columns heights to be equal.
I also added a well around my paragraph to give it a nicer look.

<div class="col-md-3 col-lg-3 well" data-pg-collapsed>
<h3>Bank Of Lianja</h3>
<p>Bank of Lianja has been a leader in thick skin savings and Loans since 1985. Bank of Lianja is built with combination of Visual Foxpro, HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap and Jquery (and probably some less files befor all is said and done).</p>
<a class="btn btn-primary pull-right" href="#" role="button">View details &raquo;</a>

Slowly but surely, it will get there.

ps - I think the course from codeschool on getting started with bootstrap is very good.1074

2015-09-13, 09:05
Need to borrow some parchyderm loot. Herb, how is this coming?

2015-09-21, 08:42
Hi Cox,

Life got in the way.
I have been up to my eye-balls in several projects at once. I will have to come back to this experiment at a later date.
What I am finding though, is that using the standard built in sections is a lot quicker than building full apps in RSP pages.
But I think there is definitely a place for both.


2015-09-21, 10:47
Hi Herb,

agreed. Dashboards, in particular, are a good place for .rsp pages.