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1 month 2 weeks ago #47864 by Nikos C
Hello,

is bootstrap 4 fully supported in frontend. I tried to edit booking_form_classic_roomslist.html and notices that .well (bs3) is used instead of .card (bs4)

Thank you

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1 month 2 weeks ago #47865 by Vince Wooll
No, it's not fully supported yet. I've been waiting for J4 to go to beta for about the last year, and it has done recently however I haven't had time to update the Jomres templates yet.

developer.joomla.org/roadmap.html#4

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1 month 2 weeks ago #47866 by Nikos C
Thank you, I will make the necessary changes.

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