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There is a contact form bundled with ExpressionEngine: https://docs.expressionengine.com/latest/add-ons/email/contact_form.html


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I'd like to add that with the Modulus Operator added to EE in 2.7.1 that this can be easily achived now with the following code, based on Bootstrap 3 (example using a Grid fieldtype for the output): <div class="container"> <div class="row"> {gallery} {if gallery:index % 3 == 0 OR gallery:index != 0} </div> ...


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This usually happens with duplicate jquery files. You can add either of these parameters include_jquery="no" include_assets="no"


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After days or trying to work it out and then finally posting my question on EESO I actually stumbled across the answer (literally minutes after posting my question). Brandon Richards posted the answer on The Outfit, Inc forum (https://getsatisfaction.com/booyant/topics/twitter_bootstrap#reply_14550626). Below is how you can achieve Bootstrap 3 navigation ...


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There is also a free version of Freeform. https://solspace.com/expressionengine/freeform


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This is because Calendar uses ExpressionEngine's built in jQuery UI bundle to build the mini calendar popup. You will probably have to use some combination of the two with jQuery's noConflict method: http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.noConflict/


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Yes you could use switch also. {exp:channel:entries} <div class="wrap {switch='col-lg-4|col-lg-8'} col-sm-12 content-item"> ... </div> {/exp:channel:entries} Would output alternating containers with the correct col-lg class: <div class="wrap col-lg-4 col-sm-12 content-item"> ... </div> <div class="wrap col-lg-8 col-sm-...


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You are using relative addressing for the tag that loads your javascript elements: in the page source you see tags that look like this: <script src="V2/js/clean-blog.min.js"></script> which will cause the browser to try and load the scripts from a URL relative to the current one the browser is at, rather than the site root. In your first ...


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Maybe you should use css instead of bootsrap... You can use the column feature of css. There's many option/parameters.. Look here : https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/columns or here https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_column-count.asp


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This has nothing to do with Low Alphabet. It's a layout issue where you're not taking two lines of content into account with floats. See this screenshot: You can see that Simon's description spans 2 lines, which makes the containing box larger, mis-aligning the box below. In the source, I edited the description to be only one line: Voilà, everything lines ...


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From the additional comments it seems you don't know how many tabs will be output. This isn't a problem as you would simply loop through each row and create a tab for each. By using the {count} variable it is possible append a unique value to an id or class attribute. Do you have any existing template code?


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In the end this isn't really an ExpressionEngine question at all (you don't need to use any EE variables here). A few things: You cannot have two elements with the same ID on each page (so, using <a id="switch"> within a loop is a no-no). CSS class names cannot be purely numeric (e.g., class="{entry_id}). You don't have an href value or closing tag ...


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