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This documentation will give you an understanding of how the files are structured and guide you in performing common functions.

Sham has been crafted on top of Bootstrap 4.x. The included docs don't replace the official ones, but provide a clear view of all extended styles and new components that this template provides on top of Bootstrap 4.x.

If you have any questions that are beyond the scope of this documentation, please feel free contact me via e-mail: [email protected]. Enjoy!

Quick start

The theme includes a custom Webpack file, which can be used to quickly recompile and minify theme assets while developing or for deployment. You'll need to install Node.js before using Webpack.

Once Node.js is installed, run npm install to install the rest of Sham's dependencies.

All dependencies will be downloaded to the node_modules directory.

npm install

Now you're ready to modify the source files and generate new dist/ files, Sham is using webpack and laravel-mix to automatically detect file changes.

if you have the NPM script within your package.json, you may do:

npm run dev

To watch your JavaScript for changes, run:

npm run watch

You may also use mix.browserSync('localhost') to automatically reload the browser when any relevant file in your Laravel app is changed.

If you are ready and you wnat to build for production, run:

npm run production

File Structure

The template contains 26 HTML files. You will find them in the root directory of the download package.

In the assets folder your find all the style and script for this theme.

  • ~/root

    • 📂 assets

      • img

      • sass

        • components

        • libs

        • sections

        • _helpers.scss

        • _mixins.scss

        • _variables.scss

        • app.scss / The main style file

      • js

        • libs

        • bootstrap.js

        • app.js / The main script file

    • 📂 dist This folder is auto-generated by the webpack after rendering and minify all of the theme styles and scripts.

    • package.json

    • webpack.mix.js

    • *.html / the rest of the theme pages.

  • 📂 sass

    The template comes with a number of SASS files, many of which you will likely never touch.

    There is 1 file that you will most likely edit since you are going to apply some degree of customization to your site.

    1. app.scss

      This is the main stylesheet for the template and includes all styles relating to the appearance of the elements you see inside each page. This stylesheets has been commented for ease of use and all style rules are grouped under particular headings such as

  • 📂 js

    Sham, comes with a number of JS files, many of which you will never edit. If you don't know your way around javascript please don't edit them, these files will break parts of your site.

    1. app.js

      This is the main scripts file for the template, that includes all functions specific to the theme such as control of the slider and initialize map and Carousel among other things.

Grid System

The template is based on Bootstrap v4.x, 12 column grid system. Is flexible and easy to understand. For more info here.

How it works

Bootstrap’s grid system uses a series of containers, rows, and columns to layout and align content. It’s built with flexbox and is fully responsive. Below is an example and an in-depth look at how the grid comes together.

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<div class="container">
<div class="row">
<div class="col-sm">
One of three columns
<div class="col-sm">
One of three columns
<div class="col-sm">
One of three columns

The above example creates three equal-width columns on small, medium, large, and extra large devices using our predefined grid classes. Those columns are centered in the page with the parent .container.

Breaking it down, here’s how it works:

  • Containers provide a means to center and horizontally pad your site’s contents. Use .container for a responsive pixel width or .container-fluid for width: 100% across all viewport and device sizes.

  • Rows are wrappers for columns. Each column has horizontal padding (called a gutter) for controlling the space between them. This padding is then counteracted on the rows with negative margins. This way, all the content in your columns is visually aligned down the left side.

  • In a grid layout, content must be placed within columns and only columns may be immediate children of rows.

  • Thanks to flexbox, grid columns without a specified width will automatically layout as equal width columns. For example, four instances of .col-sm will each automatically be 25% wide from the small breakpoint and up. See the auto-layout columns section for more examples.

  • Column classes indicate the number of columns you’d like to use out of the possible 12 per row. So, if you want three equal-width columns across, you can use .col-4.

  • Column widths are set in percentages, so they’re always fluid and sized relative to their parent element.

  • Columns have horizontal padding to create the gutters between individual columns, however, you can remove the margin from rows and padding from columns with .no-gutters on the .row.

  • To make the grid responsive, there are five grid breakpoints, one for each responsive breakpoint: all breakpoints (extra small), small, medium, large, and extra large.

  • Grid breakpoints are based on minimum width media queries, meaning they apply to that one breakpoint and all those above it (e.g., .col-sm-4 applies to small, medium, large, and extra large devices, but not the first xs breakpoint).

  • You can use predefined grid classes (like .col-4) or Sass mixins for more semantic markup.

Be aware of the limitations and bugs around flexbox, like the inability to use some HTML elements as flex containers.


Sham uses Google maps plugin. If you want to add a map to any page you have to first call the Google maps API after the footer and before the ending body tag like this:

<script src="https://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/js?v=3.exp&key=YOUR_API_KEY"></script>

Do not forget to add your api_key in the url, otherwise the map would not work.

Then add a div with the id #map, with attributes data-lat="" for latitude and data-long="" for longitude and data-title="" for title and data-subtitle="" for subtitle. Like this:

<div id="map" data-lat="40.9803480" data-long="28.7270580" data-title="YOUR_TITLE" data-subtitle="YOUR_SUBTITLE"></div>


Sham using Boxicons iconset.

Using (Boxicons) pack is a very easy and simple, Let's take an example:

<i class="bx bx-ICON_NAME"></i> Example: <i class="bx bx-search"></i>


Sham uses Bootstrap Carousel Plugin as its primary slider manager. You can view all available options for the carousel at their website

The basic structure implemented in Sham template is as follows:

<div class="slider">
<div id="YOUR_SILDER_ID" class="carousel slide" data-ride="carousel">
<!-- Indicators -->
<ol class="carousel-indicators">
<li data-target="#YOUR_SILDER_ID" data-slide-to="0" class="active"></li>
<li data-target="#YOUR_SILDER_ID" data-slide-to="1"></li>
<div class="carousel-inner">
<div class="carousel-item active">
<img src="dist/img/slides/02.jpg" class="d-block w-100" alt="...">
<div class="carousel-caption d-none d-md-block">
<div class="mask-left col-lg-8 m-auto">
<div class="button-group">
<a href="#!" class="btn btn-primary">Shop Now</a>
<a href="products-sidebar-left.html" class="btn btn-primary">Products</a>
</div><!-- /.carousel-item-->
<div class="carousel-item">
<img src="dist/img/slides/01.jpg" class="d-block w-100" alt="...">
</div><!-- /.carousel-item-->

Flying to cart

If you are need add the product to your Application by AJAX just follows simple steps.

  1. Open app.js file - Located in js folder.

  2. You will find addToCart function.

  3. Inside this function you will find comment 1- [Add product to 'Application' by AJAX]

  4. Add your AJAX code here :)

For get product ID, add the product-id="ID" attribute in div tag have an class product. For Example:

<div class="product" product-id="ITEM_ID">

Now you can use productId variable in addToCart function. (this variable will get product-id from attribute). productId variable defined in app.js

Slide Toggle

Slide Toggle effect very easy and flexible with sham theme, Let's go to understanding how it works.

If are you need see example go to checkout.html file and click on "Click here to login" link, or try change (Payment Method).

How it works:

  1. Create an element and add data-slide-toggle="#YOUR_SELECTOR" attribute.

  2. Create div tag have that selector <div id="YOUR_SELECTOR"></div>

For Example:

<a href="#" data-slide-toggle=".login-form">Click here to login</a>
<div class="login-form">

Helpers Classes

Sham comes with a number of helpers classes along with the Bootstrap utilities classes.




Add nice mask as background.


You can add this class to get the browser default checkbox or radio.


typing animation cursor


You can easily vertically center things by adding this class to the container holding the items you want to vertically align.


To set window height.


Slim Scroll

Small jQuery plugin that transforms any div into a scrollable area with a nice scrollbar. Demo and more: Click Here.

For use slimScroll with Sham theme option, just add slim-scroll attribute for user div, For Example:

<div slim-scroll>

Touch enabled jQuery plugin that lets you create a beautiful, responsive carousel slide. Demo and more: Click Here.

Sham theme comes with a number of ready carousel, Like (Brands and Related Products).

Add div with id="logos" attribute, example:

<section class="section brands" id="brands">
<div class="container">
<div class="row">
<div id="logos">
<div class="item">
<a href="#!"><img src="img/brands/1.png" class="img-fluid"></a>
<div class="item">
<a href="#!"><img src="img/brands/2.png" class="img-fluid"></a>
</section><!-- /#brands -->

Add div with id="related-products" attribute, example:

<div id="related-products">
<div class="product" product-id="1">
<div class="inner-product">
<span class="onsale">Sale!</span>
<div class="product-thumbnail">
<img src="img/18.jpg" class="img-fluid">
<div class="product-details text-center">
<div class="align-vertical">
<h3 class="product-title">PRODUCT TITLE</h3>
<p class="product-price">
<span class="amount">$450</span>
<span class="amount">$750</span>
<div class="product-btns">
<span data-toggle="tooltip" data-placement="top" title="Add To Cart">
<a href="#!" class="li-icon add-to-cart"><i class="bx bxs-cart"></i></a>
<span data-toggle="tooltip" data-placement="top" title="View">
<a href="#!" class="li-icon view-details"><i class="bx bx-search"></i></a>
</div><!-- /.product -->


fancyBox is a tool that offers a nice and elegant way to add zooming functionality for images, html content and multi-media on your webpages. Demo and more: Click Here.

For use fancyBox: Create link elements whose href attributes will contain the path of the element you wish to open within the fancyBox, then add data-fancybox="images". Like this:

<a href="dist/img/products/1.jpg" data-fancybox="images">
<img src="dist/img/products/1.jpg" class="img-fluid" alt="">

If you have a set of related items that you would like to group, additionally include a group name in the rel (or data-fancybox-group) attribute.

If you need a caption, you may use:

<figure class="item">
<a href="dist/img/products/1.jpg" data-fancybox="images">
<img src="dist/img/products/1.jpg" class="img-fluid" alt="">
<figcaption class="d-none">
<h6 class="text-white">This is an example with caption</h6>
<a href="https://gum.co/fJYob">Photo by Hussam Abd</a>