I have purchased your theme I am working on the HTML full version. There are the following interaction issues that I would like to fix:
1) Left menu sidebar: clicking on the accordion button, the menu sidebar shrinks going right to left and viceversa. The animation is a bit chunky and I would like to replace it with a smoother one such as fade in/out. Could you please let me know where I can find the JS code to modify that?
2) When the sidebar is closed and you click on a menu item that has a nested drodown menu, the dropdown behaves weirdly - it slides up and then slides down again. Would you please give me some hints on how I can tweak it?
That's very strange I do not see any of the behaviors you're describing. Did you happen to alter the JavaScript at all? Can you tell me what OS and browser/version you're using? The JavaScript that controls that part is located here /assets/js/src/app.js Please let me know if there's anything else you need. Thanks.
I see that on Chrome, Opera, Firefox and IE for Windows. Please correct me if I am wrong, but after a quick check I believe the sidebar left slides in and out by adding .sidebar-mini to #main-wrapper whenever the accordion button is clicked, so in this way you see the content of .sidebar.sidebar-left nav shrinking. I fixed that issue by adding just a simple line of code to the navToggleLeft function in app.js:

var navToggleLeft = function() {
$('#toggle-left').on('click', function() {
var bodyEl = $('#main-wrapper');
if ($(window).width() > 767) {
$(".sidebar.sidebar-left nav").hide().fadeIn(600);
} else {

more details about the other issue I reported in my previous post: on iPad landscape mode, when you close the navbar and you select a menu item, it stays open unless you tap on a call to action (accordion button, a link to another page, a search form, etc). That issue happens on your live preview on this website as well.
In my opinion, it would be much better if the menu item would close down by tapping on whatever part of the interface.
I am trying to solve this issue, please let me know if you have found a solution for that already.
Thank you for reporting this bug, I'll look into getting a fix for that asap.

First of all congratulations for such a good theme! I would like to buy the theme but I would like to make sure that everything is fine. Thus I will be glad if you can answer the following questions:

-In the angularjs version, did you use jquery? If so what is the purpose of using it? (In an angular project I do not want to see any jquery dependency.)

-For the side menu, did you use angular-ui-bootstrap accordion or did you use something else?

-Are all the js files consistent, e.g. all versions of js files, with each other?

-If I need a customization can I get help?

-What is your future plans for the coming versions of angularjs, i.e. angular 2.0?

Thank you very much.


Thank you very much!

To answer your questions:
- Yes, some jQuery is being used for some of the plugins being used.
- No, I'm using navgoco
- Yes all js files are consistent with each other.
- That all depends on the amount and type of customization, more of a case by case.
- Yes, we plan on adding Angular 2.0

Hope this helps, and thank you.
Hi again and thank you very much for your response.

Based on your response I would like to ask two additional questions:

-Since you are using navgoco for the side menu, is there any problem with the ng-repeat directive? (Please refer to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25360239/third-party-library-not-working-with-angular-js) I would like to obtain the list items remotely and thus the menu should be created dynamically. Because of this, the answer to question is very important for me.

-If I remove jquery from the javascript which plugins will fail?

Thanks again.

I'm not using ng-repeat on the menu however I am using AngularJS directives on the menu with no issues. There are several jQuery plugins being used so your best bet would be to use the seed version and add in things in as you need them.
I just download the theme the angular version doesn't load. I can't see what is wrong because I can't view the console because the app does a infinite refresh. please look in to this matter.
Hi Candoa,
Be sure you're running the Angular version on a local or remote web server and not a local drive (e.g your Desktop). That is an AngularJS requirement for it to work properly.
Hi, Excellent theme, really looking forward to working with it. Im using the ASP MVC version but i am new to ASP and wondering if you can point me in the right direction on how to enable to authentication so you have to login to view the site. Also then interested in how I can require certain roles to see certain pages. I have had a good Google but cant seem to get it working. Any help would be appreciated!
Would love to help, however I'm not a backend dev so I'm afraid I won't be much help there.
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Having difficulty with this theme in Rails. Using the Rails seed and receive error message for precompiling assets while pushing to Heroku. I have looked thru the entire set of files and heroku logs to see what the problem is specifically and nothing. The only thing heroku logs is saying is that Slug compilation starts then fails. I'm on their Cedar stack using Cloud 9 IDE for dev. Any answers provided would greatly appreciated!
Please email me the heroku log file and I'll take a look. Please send them to [email protected]
iamlenox PURCHASED
Sent email ... let me know what you find.
Hi, how do I get neuboard to follow links on the frontpage navbar? href links seem to be disabled bc of the jquery/css properties associated with it... e.g.

<div class="navbar-collapse collapse">
<ul class="nav navbar-nav pull-right" id="main-menu">
<li><a href="#intro">Home</a>
<li><a href="#features">Features</a>
<li><a href="#pricing">Pricing</a>
<li><a href="#testimonials">Testimonials</a>
<li><a href="#team">Team</a>
<li><a href="#contact">Contact</a>
<li><a href="/ecg/login/">Login</a>
To explain further: When I disable all jquery associated w/ the a tag, the ability to follow the link returns.
When I disassociate it from the id="main-menu" property the "bug" disappears. It seems however that it should still be able to be grouped with the main-menu and have normal href properties beyond scrolling anchor hash tags.

I bought this template and I'm going to use MVC for VS. I'm quite new to web stuff, but as far as I can tell, there is localdb in the project. I understand that there are no tables ect. ect., and everything I need to implement in Controller part. Am I right?

Piotr Bratkowski

That's correct, no db tables. Everything for the theme is front-end styling for you to wire-up the server side functionality to.

Thanks. Could you also tell me if I can easily modify seed template to have some functionalities like for example chartjs. Or maybe I just need to strip down full template?

It would be easy to start with the seed version, then add-in what you need from the full version.
boniface PURCHASED
Hi prospect here.

What version of reactJs are you supporting and any docs on how you would integrate this into an already existing reactjs application, I have have headache and pain integrating themes into a react boilerplate.
NeuBoard is running the latest version of React JS which is currently v15.3.0
We do have easy to use directions to get you started on a new installation but we do not have any for an already existing application. My advice would be to use our React starter kit and port over the components you need into it. That should be a fairly easy process depending on the complexity of your application.
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Tthe assets in your seed is empty..Do I just copy over assets from other seed projects? And when are you deploying the ReactJS & Angular JS seed projects? . They are all still in preview http://wrapbootstrap.com/preview/WB0M35410
If your talking about the React seed project, you can find the instructions inside the seed folder for installing the assets on the readme file. Basically what you're going to do is install node and bower first. Then run npm install inside your terminal, this will install your project dependencies. Then run bower install in your terminal this will install all of your project assets. All of the other seed projects the assets will be included inside their assets folder. The seed projects are the starter projects, we have already deployed the React seed project you can find in the download folder. You also have the Anguar 1 seed and Anguar 1 Full project. What you see in the preview URL is the full project links that have been completed. The ones marked preview coming soon are the preview links for those full projects that are still under development. We plan to launch the full React project within the next couple of weeks and the Anguar 2 project will be coming out after that. Hope this helped answering your questions.

We are interested in purchasing this but we have following queries. We will be using this in our .Net based MVC 5/6 solution. Can you please let me know? I appreciate it.

1) We want to have ajax & json based data pull & push for form display and submit. Thus, we want to avoid post backs. Is this implemented in the MVC based solution?

2) Does this have an example of interaction between asp.net MVC-based service and client-site ajax call?

3) We want that from list of data shown in tabular format, if we click on any record, it opens up in one of site panes or in a css/jquery based modal dialog. And data can be edited and saved directly from there. There should be no page post-backs. Can we see a working example of this?

4) How is current data shown on dashboards and other screens fetched? How does the server-side code interact with client-site fancy UI elements? Is it via json/xml or something else?

Many thanks!

Thank you for your interest in purchasing NeuBoard.

NeuBoard is a full feature client side app, our MVC 5 .Net version is integrated with it but does not include any server side form post or back-end data connections. This project would be your apps view layer for your project. The data that's being shown is hardcoded json, so your best option would be to wire these up with json data from your server. Hope this helps answer your questions.
I know you have probably been asked this many times, however I cannot find a definitive answer, I have contacted wrapbootstrap multiple times with no reply.

Which license would be suitable if using this template as a base for a web app hosted on a single domain with one database that users can sign up to use its services at a small monthly cost? (There will be a free plan too)

The theme would not be resold, the users would only be able to use the services, social media scheduling features for example.

Any help would be much appreciated as I have seen conflicting answers on this site and not received a reply from support here.

It sounds like you're good to use the single license in your case.
sonicviz PURCHASED
Any idea when the full react version will be out?
Any chance of a Meteor React version?

Planning on finishing it up within the next month or so, it's getting very close to completion. As of now, no plans for a meteor version.
sonicviz PURCHASED
Is the landing page included in the current react version?
Yes, landing page is included.
sonicviz PURCHASED
I guess you mean in the React full package you are still developing?

I bought it, but the landing page seems to only be in HTML version under Frontend?
I have purchased your theme I am working on the Angular js full version. I cannot load the index page using Chrome, It is work in Firefox. Do you know the problem? My Chrome version is 54.0.2840.99 m (64-bit).

Be sure to load it from your local web server and not from your file system. Angular requires this
for it templating system.

I manage to launch Rails with this template but I cannot manage to make the Front-end Theme page work (I am quite new).

I understand that the Front-end Theme is in the Frontend folder, but I dont know where to put all those files within the rails app (i.e. css, sass, fonts, ect). Could you please let me know where to put them?

Many thanks,


If you want to integrate the front-end theme into the Rails theme you'll want to look at the app folder.
This will have an assets folder for your images, js, and css. It will also contain your views and controllers needed for display. For any 3rd party plugins you'll want those in vendor/assets/ which is back in the root directory. Hope this helps.
Hi authenticgoodsco!

I was wondering when is the angular 2 version is coming out?

Hopefully that will be ready by end of Jan.
Hi folks,

I have bought this template to use in Ruby on Rails project, mas the Front End Theme is not for RoR.
May you help me about it? There is a version of this to RoR? It is very important for me, and I decided bought because it complete, including front end page.

Tks in advance,
The front-end theme was not developed with RoR. It's a static html page, however it would be pretty easy for you to integrate it with your RoR app. All you would need to do is make a new RoR template
page and move all the html markup over. Then move all the static assets over into your
PRE-PURCHASE question...

How robust is the calendar? Can it drill down to week at a glance or day at a glance? Does it have drag and drop capabilities?

Thanks in advance.
Unfortunately this theme does not have a robust calendar. If that's something you need, I would suggest you purchase one of these other fine Admin themes on this site that would fit your needs.

I've bought the extended version and wondering there are no build scripts (gulp, npm, webpack) included. Are there plans to make then available (just like the initial ReactJS Version)? This would help us to save a lot time/work.
Thank you for your purchase! Yes for sure, I'm wrapping up a new theme project right now and plan on upgrading NeuBoard with new build scripts.

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