Hi, Emerald Admin Team

This template shows a extraordinary design. Our team really appreciate this work.

Before buying it, I'd like to ask a question considering the license——

Our team has several technicists who will participate in using this template due to the division of labor. What kind of license are we supposed to buy, if it's enough for our team? Single application, Mutiple application or Extened?

Longing for your reply, thank you!

Y. B. Zhu
Licensing is invariant in regards to the number of developers. For licensing options see:

Kind regards,
Best theme ever! And the sales numbers are increasing ;-) Keep up the good work! Just wanted to ask if 1.1 is going to be released soon?
Thank you for your kind words!
Version 1.1.0 was submitted for publication and is pending approval by WrapBootstrap admins, we hope to be approved soon.
Send us a message using the support page https://wrapbootstrap.com/user/emeralddesign and we'll send you the updated version.

Kind regards,
The Emerald Admin Team
I am finding it hard to locate code for certain behavior and/or styling. For example when the window is narrow and the left nav is just the icons, and you hover over the icon, the full menu and name slides in from the left.

There is so much functionality here! It can be difficult to find the pieces that are needed in order to keep the package as light as possible. Any more docs here would be very helpful.
@emeralddesign, can you identify where this particular functionality is created?
I was demoing this theme on my iPhone 5 / iOS 7.1 and noticed on the right hand menu - once opened, there is no way to close it...

Could not swipe or touch in main area of screen to close... or tap the 'chat' icon to close.

Just wondering if I've missing something in the UI or is this a bug?
It should close once you click the chat icon again.
Hi folks

Quick question - where can I append a css class to add flot pie charts in a different colour set?

I can see that on the flot line chart this is set via the data-flot-line-colour property the chart div, but I don't see any such property on the pie chart.
OK I just saw

"Also, check the demos in the demo folder to see how we use the helpers to build our own charts" on the JavaScripts file in docs.

So we have write our own JS, which is fine. But perhaps you need a chart section on the documentation to explain this.

Finally, rather than writing one long file with sample data in it, it would be extremely useful if you could write JS objects that we simply call to render our charts. This way we can't really pass data to a chart and render it on the screen.

I'll be writing some of these so please let me know if you'd like to include these - happy to help if I can.

Hello! Just bought this awesome theme for a project we've got going. Can you point us in the right direction for building this with Grunt? Currently our project utilizes Grunt and Bower for all build-related tasks and it would be fantastic if you could give us some hints/tips to get us up and running.

We'd advise you do a two step build, first with Middleman, and then move the resulting application.css/js to your grunt project.
Otherwise you could try to do an integration using grunt-sprockets-directives, grunt-contrib-compass and such but it's going to be a hassle.
Thank you. We'll trry both approaches. Are there any specific settings or environment related things we need to be aware of when building this with Middleman?
This is the best library I have seen yet, but is not quite modular. I haven't actually found a library yet that is, in all fairness. I think the approach you have to take is to identify the pieces that you need and built it up from scratch. What's lacking a little bit are docs mapping specific features to the sub-libraries and custom code.

In my case I use grunt-contrib-compass, grunt-contrib-less, grunt-coffee-chain to build the CSS and JS to meet my needs. There are unfortunately some files (i.e. _variables) that need to be modified from the original to be able to do proper theming.

In short, and in my opinion, this is one of the best starting points for a robust app, but not quite plug-and-play unless you want to use it as-is.

As a sidenote compass is the bane of many developers. I would avoid it if at all possible and favor something like bourbon. It's a shame that many designers still use it, sometimes only for a very small set of use-cases that are easily done in other more simple ways.
After playing around a bit with this theme I need to say that the theme sources do not behave like the live preview. Some minor features are missing or at least not shown in the sources like e.g. the modal actionable cards. Also if the side navigation is collapsed (small vertical bar to the left) it does behave correctly in the live preview - on roll over the item slides out above the main content. A fresh downloaded unzipped project (no changes made) does not behave like this, the items slide BEHIND the main content and are not visible. All in all I'm disappointed and wouldn't buy it again - Hopefully there are a lot fixes in 1.1.
I'm sorry to say that but after testing it on another browser (first newest chrome, now newest firefox) the side bar behaves even worse. The tooltip blocks the mouse over event and so its just flickering on firefox running the unchanged sources but still the live preview works in firefox.

Another issue is that the side navigation transition sometimes tweens when a page was reloaded or changed. If that happens you can see the transition from expanded to collapsed right after the page was loaded or from collapsed to expanded - depends on what the state was before. This happens on both versions (live preview and sources)
I have some issues with the forms. The sign in and sign up forms you have provided in the build work just fine on Safari and Chrome (I have not tried IE), but on FireFox I am unable to actually click on the fields and type text on them. I have to press tab to always get the cursor on the first field and I can only navigate with a tab - mouse clicks seem to not be working.

I haven't tested older versions, but on FF 31.0 it simply does not work.

Thoughts or suggestions, please?

Thank you.
It's all fixed in 1.1
Waiting for approval for about 3 weeks now...
Any chance I can write to you for a new build?

Thank you.
Great news!
Versions 1.1.0 has just been approved for download!
If you have purchased Emerald you can re-download any updates anytime, at no extra cost, by visiting this link: https://wrapbootstrap.com/support/download-resender
Turbo cards/body.html is not loading as it shows polyfill parser Js not loading error. Effects are not working as shown in the demo.
disappointed when viewing after purchasing the script. How can i solve this issue?
Great news!
Versions 1.1.0 has just been approved for download!
If you have purchased Emerald you can re-download any updates anytime, at no extra cost, by visiting this link: https://wrapbootstrap.com/support/download-resender

Note that turbocard body is loaded via ajax, and ajax requests only work in a server environment.
That is if you load the static html pages from your harddrive via file:/// protocol your ajax requests will be blank. That's a browser security limitation.
Thanks a lot !
Downloading the update..!
Will upload in my server and try the features and update you in the comments again here..
Any updates on version 1.1 being released??

Great news!
Versions 1.1.0 has just been approved for download!
If you have purchased Emerald you can re-download any updates anytime, at no extra cost, by visiting this link: https://wrapbootstrap.com/support/download-resender
Thank you. I've just got 1.1!

However, I'm not finding any release notes and whilst the forms on forms.html work in FF the signin and signup ones do not.

What do I need to change to get the forms working?

Thank you!
Hi, congratulations for the template, I need an information: where can I change the values ​​of the graphics?
Do you guys have a "How-to"-guide for implementing this theme in Rails 4?
I'm thinking about how the directory structure should be including polyfills assets path and so own.
hello I have a question: is it possible in the "._map" pass strings instead of numbers? Otherwise, what function I can use as an alternative?
Thank you
bryhwang PURCHASED
Modals, Animated Tada, and pop overs are broken on Google Chrome. Version 37.0.2062.94
Dear team, I have a questions, I would like to know if the pay for license is unique (one time)? If I wolud buy the license single application and then I want to update for the license Multiple applications, would pay $18 + $50 = $68 in the end?
How I can create a double slider i.e. with two ranges in one slider? Where I can find a documentation about this?
Please advise, this code doesn't work if application.js and init.js included into file:
$(document).ready(function () {
$(window).scroll( function() {
Hi there, I'd like to use http://vitalets.github.io/x-editable/docs.html#wysihtml5 with editable, which emerald does not support. Is there a right or recommended way to do this the 'emerald way' or shall i just include all the additional files in the header?

Also, FYI in application.css, the url for loading.gif and clear.gif is incorrect.

BTW, the reason for this is that I need to use a WYSIWYG editor inside x-editable.
And here's a bug in Editables on the Form Page:

The console spits out: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'split' of null

This basically happens when you have a selectize in an editable and it's empty.
It's a simple fix on line 98213 of application.js:

if (value) {
var valueArray = value.split(delimiter);
} else {
valueArray = [];

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  • HTML Template
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Released:4 years ago
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