82 comments

Hi,

Where's the documentation?
There's no /production/documentation/index.html

Thanks,
Adrian
Hi,

I bought the monarch-template, but how do extract just the html version
and where´s the documentation?

Tks
Crystian.
elabuwa PURCHASED
Hi,

Did you figure out on how to extract the html version?
I'm also lost.
you should run in command line "grunt" to assemble the html files
acaxon PURCHASED
I also bought the theme that came without "/production/documentation/index.html".

Thanks in advance,
Antonio
elabuwa PURCHASED
Hi,
I just bought this template.
But there are no HTML file but some hbs files.
Not exactly a techie so I don't know how to convert them to HTML.
Also there is no readme file.
Please provide instructions
sigsch PURCHASED
Hello,

I bought the monarch-template,
There's no /production/documentation/index.html.
how do extract just the html version?
elabuwa PURCHASED
I added some steps to get the HTML version. Check the most recent comments
I was about to purchase, but those comments... changed my mind
elabuwa PURCHASED
I'm glad you checked the comment section. My only regret is that I didn't
Lucky i read this section, otherwise i would have bought this one.
having said this, i do feel frustrated to see lots of questions and queries awaiting for response.
Hi,
Really it does not have HTML version?
elabuwa PURCHASED
The developer replied back and I am sharing the steps he gave me below so anyone who went through the trouble I went does not have to.

1. Go to https://nodejs.org/en/ and download the package
2. Go to your package, click right and you will see "Git Bash here" m click on it. (You might need to have GIT /GIT GUI installed)
3. Type "npm install"
4. Type "npm install grunt-cli"
5. Type "npm install grunt"
6. Type "grunt"

The above steps worked out perfectly and a new folder called production was created with the expected HTML file. I just wished that the above 6-7 lines were in a small readme file.
widsley PURCHASED
Still having a issue compiling the HTML.....

Every time npm install, I get error like this:

> gifsicle@0.1.7 postinstall /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/gifsicle
> node index.js

path.js:7
throw new TypeError('Path must be a string. Received ' + inspect(path));
^

TypeError: Path must be a string. Received { url: 'https://raw.github.com/imagemin/gifsicle-bin/v0.1.7/vendor/osx/gifsicle',
name: 'gifsicle',
os: 'darwin' }
at assertPath (path.js:7:11)
at Object.basename (path.js:1355:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:35:43
at each (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/each-async/each-async.js:63:4)
at module.exports (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:33:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:108:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:141:24
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-check/index.js:30:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/executable/index.js:39:20
at FSReqWrap.oncomplete (fs.js:123:15)

> jpegtran-bin@0.2.8 postinstall /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/jpegtran-bin
> node index.js

path.js:7
throw new TypeError('Path must be a string. Received ' + inspect(path));
^

TypeError: Path must be a string. Received { url: 'https://raw.github.com/imagemin/jpegtran-bin/v0.2.8/vendor/osx/jpegtran',
name: 'jpegtran',
os: 'darwin' }
at assertPath (path.js:7:11)
at Object.basename (path.js:1355:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:35:43
at each (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/each-async/each-async.js:63:4)
at module.exports (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:33:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:108:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:141:24
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-check/index.js:30:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/executable/index.js:39:20
at FSReqWrap.oncomplete (fs.js:123:15)

> optipng-bin@0.3.11 postinstall /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/optipng-bin
> node index.js

path.js:7
throw new TypeError('Path must be a string. Received ' + inspect(path));
^

TypeError: Path must be a string. Received { url: 'https://raw.github.com/imagemin/optipng-bin/v0.3.11/vendor/osx/optipng',
name: 'optipng',
os: 'darwin' }
at assertPath (path.js:7:11)
at Object.basename (path.js:1355:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:35:43
at each (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/each-async/each-async.js:63:4)
at module.exports (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:33:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:108:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:141:24
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-check/index.js:30:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/executable/index.js:39:20
at FSReqWrap.oncomplete (fs.js:123:15)

> pngquant-bin@0.3.5 postinstall /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/pngquant-bin
> node index.js

path.js:7
throw new TypeError('Path must be a string. Received ' + inspect(path));
^

TypeError: Path must be a string. Received { url: 'https://raw.github.com/imagemin/pngquant-bin/v0.3.5/vendor/osx/pngquant',
name: 'pngquant',
os: 'darwin' }
at assertPath (path.js:7:11)
at Object.basename (path.js:1355:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:35:43
at each (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/each-async/each-async.js:63:4)
at module.exports (/Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/download/index.js:33:5)
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:108:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-wrapper/index.js:141:24
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/bin-check/index.js:30:20
at /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch/node_modules/executable/index.js:39:20
at FSReqWrap.oncomplete (fs.js:123:15)
agileui-dashboard@1.0.0 /Users/hoge/Documents/agileui-monarch
└── grunt@0.4.5
how can I assemble the angular version ?? I tried typing "grunt create-angular-template" but creates the html version also
I uncomment the block in line 44 "/*uncomment this for AngularJS gen " from the gruntfile.js

and type in console: "grunt create-angular-template", but just creates the regular html template.

I saw on the src there's a app.js file with "monarchApp".

The documentation is missing, please can you help me ??
jcosme24 PURCHASED
Can anyone help me with this theme bring both angular + HTML formats?
falkontre PURCHASED
The angularJS logic is not present in the template.
Controllers implementations is missing.
pcotro PURCHASED
Hi

I'm having some troubles with the login page templates.
When i click the "forgot your password?" link, instead of doing the slide animations to hide the login box and show the password recovery box, both boxes disappear, and i'm left with a blank page.
I have checked the code and don't see any obvious problems.
It's a problem with my setup or anyone else is having the same issues?

Thank you
Hi,
I bought Monarch - Admin Responsive + AngularJS (Single Application License),
but how do extract just the html version.
What do I do?

T้hanks
Wirat.

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Single application $18
Version:1.4.0
Type:
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 3.3.x
Layouts:
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  • Fluid
Browsers:
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Item#:WB02R1485
Released:1 year ago
Updated:2 weeks ago
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