Different Layouts

Last updated 26 days ago

Vuely comes with four handcrafted layouts. Read the documentation given below carefully to use the following layouts as default for your template.

Default Layout

Default Layout

This is the default layout of your template, when you download the project from ThemeForest and builds it after the installation procedure, you will find that your template uses this layout by default. You don't need to change anything to use this layout.

Mini Sidebar

Mini Sidebar

This is the Mini Sidebar layout for the template. You can make this layout as default by making these changes in the src->router->default.js file:

Steps:

  1. Replace the import statement from

import Full from 'Container/Full'

to

import MiniSidebarLayout from 'Container/MiniSidebarLayout'

2. Now search for export default function in the same file. You will find the given function as below:

export default {
path: '/',
component: Full,

Now Replace the value of the component key from Full to MiniSidebarLayout

Now your export default will become

export default {
path: '/',
component: MiniSidebarLayout,

Now save the file and open up the browser window and open the url: http://localhost:8080/

If you don't see the changes, don't panic. Just run the following command in command prompt or terminal, then try again. You will see the desired result.

npm run serve

Horizontal Menu

Horizontal Menu

This is the Horizontal Menu layout for the template. You can make this layout as default by making the these changes in the src->router->default.js file:

Steps:

  1. Replace the import statement from

import Full from 'Container/Full'

to

import HorizontalLayout from 'Container/HorizontalLayout'

2. Now search for export default function in the same file. You will find the given function as below:

export default {
path: '/',
component: Full,

Now Replace the value of the component key from Full to HorizontalLayout

Now your export default will become

export default {
path: '/',
component: HorizontalLayout,

Now save the file and open up the browser window and open the url: http://localhost:8080/

If you don't see the changes, don't panic. Just run the following command in command prompt or terminal, then try again. You will see the desired result.

npm run serve

Boxed

There are two versions for boxed layout: One is Boxed Agency Version, another is Boxed News Version. Below are the screenshots for both the boxed versions & the steps that needs to be followed to make them your default template layout.

Boxed Agency Version

Boxed Agency Version

This is the Boxed Agency Version layout for the template. You can make this layout as default by making the these changes in the src->router->default.js file:

Steps:

  1. Replace the import statement from

import Full from 'Container/Full'

to

import BoxedLayout from 'Container/Boxed'

2. Now search for export default function in the same file. You will find the given function as below:

export default {
path: '/',
component: Full,

Now Replace the value of the component key from Full to BoxedLayout

Now your export default will become

export default {
path: '/',
component: BoxedLayout,

Now save the file and open up the browser window and open the url: http://localhost:8080/

If you don't see the changes, don't panic. Just run the following command in command prompt or terminal, then try again. You will see the desired result.

npm run serve

Boxed News Version

Boxed News Version

This is the Boxed News Version layout for the template. You can make this layout as default by making the these changes in the src->router->default.js file:

Steps:

  1. Replace the import statement from

import Full from 'Container/Full'

to

import BoxedLayout from 'Container/BoxedV2'

2. Now search for export default function in the same file. You will find the given function as below:

export default {
path: '/',
component: Full,

Now Replace the value of the component key from Full to BoxedLayout

Now your export default will become

export default {
path: '/',
component: BoxedLayout,

Now save the file and open up the browser window and open the url: http://localhost:8080/

If you don't see the changes, don't panic. Just run the following command in command prompt or terminal, then try again. You will see the desired result.

npm run serve

Dark Mode

To enable dark mode in your app open src->store->modules->settings->index.js file and set the darkMode value to true as shown below:-

index.js
const state = {
darkMode: false, // set true to enable dark mode
..
}