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Implementing in existing PHP+Laravel platform


Can I implement Metronic theme in to our already existing running PHP+Laravel based web platform?


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Hi Nehil Mehta

Sorry for the delay. Here are some general steps for integrating the Metronic theme into your existing Laravel-based web platform based on the provided answer:

Visit the Metronic layout builder.
Use the layout builder to create your desired layout. Customize the header, sidebar, footer, and other components according to your needs. You can rearrange, add, or remove elements as required.


Once you’ve designed your layout, export it from the layout builder.
You’ll receive an index.html file and a layout folder containing partial HTML files (e.g., header.html, sidebar.html, footer.html).
In your Laravel project, navigate to the layout views folder (resources/views/layout/partials/sidebar-layout).
Create or modify your existing views and paste the relevant HTML code from the Metronic exported partial files into these files.

The Metronic theme comes with its own CSS and JavaScript files.
Copy the necessary CSS/JS files (public/assets) and place them in your Laravel project’s public/assets directory.
Make sure to include these assets in your Laravel views using the appropriate Blade directives.



Hi

If you already have an existing Laravel project, the best approach is to use the HTML version with the layout builder. This will provide you with HTML partial files for the header, sidebar, footer, and more. You can also obtain the necessary CSS and JavaScript assets from the HTML version.

You can access the layout builder here: http://preview.keenthemes.com/metronic8/demo1/layout-builder.html.


Text formatting options
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Here's a how to add some HTML formatting to your comment:
  • <pre></pre> for JS codes block
  • <pre lang="html"></pre> for HTML code block
  • <pre lang="scss"></pre> for SCSS code block
  • <pre lang="php"></pre> for PHP code block
  • <code></code> for single line of code
  • <strong></strong> to make things bold
  • <em></em> to emphasize
  • <ul><li></li></ul>  to make list
  • <ol><li></li></ol>  to make ordered list
  • <h3></h3> to make headings
  • <a></a> for links
  • <img> to paste in an image
  • <blockquote></blockquote> to quote somebody
  • happy  :)
  • shocked  :|
  • sad  :(
Text formatting options
Submit
Here's a how to add some HTML formatting to your comment:
  • <pre></pre> for JS codes block
  • <pre lang="html"></pre> for HTML code block
  • <pre lang="scss"></pre> for SCSS code block
  • <pre lang="php"></pre> for PHP code block
  • <code></code> for single line of code
  • <strong></strong> to make things bold
  • <em></em> to emphasize
  • <ul><li></li></ul>  to make list
  • <ol><li></li></ol>  to make ordered list
  • <h3></h3> to make headings
  • <a></a> for links
  • <img> to paste in an image
  • <blockquote></blockquote> to quote somebody
  • happy  :)
  • shocked  :|
  • sad  :(