Oreo Hospital FrontEnd HTML Template

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It’s a responsive HTML WebSite, which is based on the Bootstrap 4X framework.

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Oreo Hospital is a popular open source WebSite template. It’s responsive HTML WebSite, which is based on the Bootstrap 4X framework. It utilizes all of the Bootstrap components in design and re-styles many commonly used plugins to create a consistent design that can be used as a user interface for WebSite.

  • HTML with PSD included
  • Built in SASS
  • Bootstrap 4x
  • Latest jquery
  • JS Bundling Ready (Bundle)
  • Fully Responsive & Interactive
  • Detailed Documentation
  • Works well in all latest browsers
  • Easily customizable

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No, once you buy a license, you'll get every single future release for free.
Yes, you have to have an individual license for every website. You may need to buy an extended license for your web application.
Regular license can be utilized for end products that do not charge users for access or service(access is free and there will be no monthly membership fee). Single regular licenses can be utilized for the single end product and the end product can be utilized by you or your client. If you want to sell the end product to numerous clients, at that point you should buy a separate license for every customer. The same rule applies if you need to utilize a similar end product on numerous domains (unique setup). You can check the official description for more info on a regular license.
Extended license can be utilized for end products (web service or SAAS) that charges users for access or service (for example monthly subscription fee). Single extended license can be utilized for the single end product and the end product can be utilized by you or your customer. If you want to sell end product different customers at that point you should buy a separate extended license for every customer. A similar guideline applies if you need to utilize the same end product on multiple domains (unique setup). For more details on extended licenses, you can check the official description.
If you are charging your customer for using your SASS based application you should purchase an Extended License for each end product. If you aren't charging your client, at that point buy a Regular License for each end product.