Support for iOS Webview with Scrollable Tabs

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  • Responding to questions or problems regarding the item and its features
  • Fixing bugs and reported issues
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  • Customization and installation services
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Is this full iOS application for iPhone and iPad?

No, it is designed for iPhones.

How to change the Product Name?

1) select the WebViewPlus project and go to the Targets section;

2) goto Build Settings tab

3) scroll down to Packaging

4) change the ProductName to desired one

Is it possible to disable/remove the tabs?

The easiest way is to replace the arrow picture with 1px fully transparent image and this way in fact the tabs can’t be opened – but of course they still exist. That is the possible workaround, because there is no easy way to remove them in the code, because in fact this is one of the main product’s features.

What version of xCode I have to use?

xCode 7.0

Do you guarantee that the app will be approved by Apple?

Of course we can’t guarantee you such thing, especially when we know how different are Apple’s requirements each time an app is submitted. What we know is that until now we have only one complain about app rejection.

Is it possible to hide the arrow that opens the tab drawer?

1. Open DMBConstants.m file and look for the following constant:

CGFloat const kShowHideButtonSize = 44.0f;

It defines the size of the button.

2. Just set the size this way:

CGFloat const kShowHideButtonSize = 0.0f;

Done!

Does it work on landscape mode?

Yes it works.

Does it work on iPad?

Yes it works on iPad.

How to change the background color of the tab bar toolbar?

Open DMBToolbar.m and find the following line of code:

self.backgroundColor = [UIColor colorWithWhite:1.0 alpha:(0.5)];

Currently this line sets the background to a semi-transparent white. if you want a RGB color, just replace the line with the following:

self.backgroundColor = [UIColor colorWithRed:255.0f green:255.0f blue:255.0f alpha:1.0f];

Where you have to change the values 255.0f to the desired values of red, green, blue.

How to change the Status Bar background color?

1) Open DMBWebViewPlusViewController.m and look for the following line at the end of file:

    self.statusBarBackgroundView.backgroundColor = [UIColor blackColor];

Here you can change the blackColor value with a desired color. Just command + click the blackColor and the UIColor.h file will be opened, where you can view additional color definitions, e.g. darkGrayColor, lightGrayColor, whiteColor. Just choose the desired one and place its value to the mentioned line. Of course, you can create a custom color using the:

self.backgroundColor = [UIColor colorWithRed:255.0f green:255.0f blue:255.0f alpha:1.0f];
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How to change the Progress Bar color?

Please open the DMBWebviewPlus.m file and look for the following line of code:

self.progressView.progressViewStyle = UIProgressViewStyleDefault;

Below this line, you have to add the following line:

self.progressView.progressTintColor = [UIColor colorWithRed:0 green:0 blue:0 alpha:1];

This way, the progress bar will be changed to black. If you want some different color, just change the values 0, 0, 0 with the relative RGB values for the desired color.

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