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Hello i have SPPB Pro and like Helix Framework
At the last versions you really put in some great new features in Helix3 with all the versions.
I just have a few suggestions
If its possible it would be great to have more preset variations to style the template more.
1) In example i have an other template and there are such options like
STYLING OPTIONS
Background Color #ffffff
Text Color #000000
Major Color #000000
PRESET HEADER STYLES
Background topbar #ffffff
Color topbar style #ffffff
Menu color #252525
Menu color hover #000000
Background submenu #ffffff
Submenu Color #000000
Submenu title color #ffffff
PRESET BOTTOM STYLES
Background Bottom #262626
Bottom color #cccccc
Bottom title color #ffffff
PRESET FOOTER STYLES
Background Footer #000000
Footer color #ffffff

2) would it be possible to disable the menu or make an option to enable/disable (hide)

3) For SPPB maybe a new good feature could be a timetable (after the last update you make a timeline so maybe a timetable could be also a new good feature for SPPB or as an normal Extension.

Thanks for considering the suggestion :)

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Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,

I have forward your forum post in our developer team. Thanks for your suggestion.

-Thanks


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