:Rocket: Hackerly- Community like Indie Hackers Template - updated to new Bubble Responsive Engine

Hey all!

We’re happy to announce that we finished updating our Hackerly like Indie Hackers | No-Code Template by Zeroqode to the new Bubble Responsive Engine. It’s a fully-responsive app across any user device :tada: :tada: :tada:

Hackerly is a community no-code template catering to app developers, startup owners, and entrepreneurs. It’s a place to connect like-minded professionals with each other: here successful business owners get to share stories and strategies behind their companies.

It looks and works a lot like Indie Hackers, featuring: products, articles, meetups, forum (with posts that can be upvoted and commented on), etc.


  • Minimal design
  • Fully responsive design
  • Dark theme design
  • Dynamic database structure
  • Admin Dashboard


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LIVE DEMO: https://hackerly.bubbleapps.io/

DOCUMENTATION: https://docs.zeroqode.com/templates/hackerly-community-like-indiehackers-template

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Just purchased the template, but all the links to documentation within the app don’t work.

Found the docs, your links need to be updated in various places as they are missing a “-”

Now I’m having trouble figuring out how to “enable full admin access” on the admin page and thus am unable to create groups. Searching “admin” within the docs doesn’t lead to anything useful for this.

Hello @csakon

Thanks for reporting these issues.

We have updated the links to the documentation. Regarding the trouble with the admin access, please do the following to enable the admin access:

  1. Go to the ‘Data’ tab

  2. Scroll down and find ‘All Variables’

  3. Click and edit the first item, and change the ‘access rights to “yes”

Also, delete the warning group that says to check the template’s documentation:

  1. Locate the container Group “wrapper”:
  2. Delete it :slight_smile:

In case you have any other questions, just let us know.

Zeroqode Support Team