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Congrats for the new file! :D

Thanks Cosmin! Much appreciated mate!

Nice work my friend :)

Thanks PatrikL. It means a lot to me coming from a GraphicRiver reviewer! Thanks a lot! :D

Nice work! Congrats. I just wish you would add more options to change color, background, patterns etc. It would be much more useful. I wish you many sales (:

Thanks Pixalax. The template has 3 color schemes already included! I will update the preview so you can see them. Check back in a few hours tops! :)

Done. Thanks for the reminder Pixalax. The color-schemes are included in the pack. To change them, you simply need to rename a CSS file! It’s that easy! :)

Great design. I have a question, is the blog page functional or do you need to code it to make it function?

Hey there claudioapena, of course it’s functional and coded! It’s a HTML5 and CSS3 template, not a picture :P If you want to receive comments you will have to tie it to a framework though!

I’m trying to see on the demo the webapp but I’m seeing the same on my browser and the mobile device, is that correct?

Thanks anf congratulations for your work

Hey there jesusdelagarza. Thank you for your kind words. To see the WebApp, please click the remove frame button on the top right side of the demo. That frame prevents the page from getting smaller than the size required for the WebApp (mobile version) to activate. Or, on this comment, from your mobile device click this text and it will redirect you to the mobile version / WebApp automatically.

Thanks for your quick reply. Is it possible to see on the mobile demo the video gallery working? Thanks

In the portfolio item of the mobile template, simply embed your YouTube, Vimeo or other video code, and give it the class <iframe class=”portfolio-image image-deco … ”>. Remove the width and height properties of the iframe and the CSS will arange it properly in horizontal or portrait mode. Once that is complete, when the user taps the play button, the default mobile video player will kick in full-screen and show your video! :)

Using a custom video player on a mobile device would be bad as it would only make it work on one device and not work on others. So the default video player is the best way to go with it to achieve maximum compatibility between devices.

Thank you DeltaForce! Much appreciated! :)

this is an amazing theme! not sure if minimal is an appropriate word – it has SO much to it! Love it. As a html5 novice, in terms of updating the mobile app and the main site content – will the mobile app simply work once website is installed on a server, or will the mobile app also have to be installed itself?

As well as this, will I need to update the mobile version content or does it draw from the main site?

ie. – if I update a new portfolio item on the main site, will it show straight away on the mobile too?

Hey there monkeysbrother! Thanks for the kind words, I’m glad you like it!

The mobile template is an individual part of the site. It’s loaded separately and has separate content, but it uses the same principles as the main template, it’s well documented, and very easy to use! Also, if you purchase this template and want your mobile users to be automatically redirected to the mobile version, drop me a message and I’ll send you a small script, free of charge that does that! 1 Line of code, in the head of the index.html page, and it’s done! :)

In easier terms, yes, the content of the mobile page is different from the content of the main site. Both must be updated individually! :)

Nice and simple, like it :)

Thank you anariel7! Much appreciated! :)

Hello, I’ve downloaded your theme: it looks awesome and your code is really neat and easy to customize. However the PSD file included has a slightly different layout thant the one of you web page, it looks like something in between this theme and your Nobile one. Is there a way to have the original layout?

Hey there kikaweb! Thank you for your nice words, much appreciated! The PSD file was the first version I made, that was rejected, so I gave Sophie a facelift, but only the header and footer designs changed, the rest of the elements in the PSD are the same as the ones in the site! :)

Superb template! But im missing the contact form scripts, mail.php to be precise :(

Consider buying the file! Theft is not tolerated here! :) The mail.php file is missing because you ripped the file.

This is awesome.

I hope you make a wordpress version!

A WordPress version will not be released anytime soon. At the moment I’m trying to create a custom framework. Maybe later on this year, but no guarantee yet!

Thank you for your kind words ancel! I appreciate it! :)

Just downloaded your Theme and customizing has been very easy. Quick question, is there a way to provide a stream of recent Facebook posts that we made on our FB page in the footer section here? The Twitter portion works great, but we use Facebook much more than Twitter. All that stuff in the custom.js is way, way beyond my skill level to attempt to create one myself. Thanks!

Hey, I can help you implement something like that for small freelance fee. Please contact me through my profile! :)


I changed the menu and it no longer works correctly in IE. Could you assist me?

The change I made was:

navigation{ float:right; margin-top:-35px; margin-top:-25px\0/; width:720px; margin-right:-20px\9; border:solid; }

a.menuTitle{ text-decoration:none; /text-transform:capitalize;/ color:#5b5b5b; font-family: ‘PT Sans’, sans-serif; font-size:16px; font-size:15px\0/; font-weight:bold; list-style-type: none; }

.under-menu-text{ font-size:11px; font-style:italic; display:block; }

.menu > li { display:block; float:left; margin-left:40px; margin-left:30px\0/; position:relative; height:34px; height:38px\0/; z-index:99; } .menu > li:hover { color:#F00000; }

.dropdown { display:none; position:absolute; width:220px; width:230px\0/; list-style:none; text-decoration:none; background-image:url(../images/background/menu_dropdown_bg.png); top:28px; top:24px\9; left:-35px; border-style:solid; border-width:1px; border-color:#cacaca; }

.dropdown li { padding-top:10px; padding-bottom:10px; }

.dropdown li a { font-family: ‘PT Sans’, sans-serif!important; text-decoration:none; color:#000; font-size:14px; text-transform:capitalize; padding-left:10px; } .dropdown li a:hover { color:#0263c7; }

I am having trouble disabling the feature responsive. Could you assist me?

Sophie has no responsive features! :)

It is true … I got confused …

I have a new need, which I believe is easier for you to help me. I need one more menu level. Currently there are two levels. I need a third … Could you give me a help?