Archive for the ‘Templates’ Category

When it comes to create a website with WordPress, using a theme and customizing it is the most preferred choice to quickly get online.

ThemeFuse, a well-known premium WordPress themes provider, has lots of beautiful themes for every type of site.

Auto WordPress Theme

The company has 35+ premium themes where they can be bought one-by-one or with a membership to get them all for a better price. And, new ones are added regularly.

Whether it is a blog, sports portal, design agency, hotel or a corporate site, there is a theme specifically for that sector (and many others).

Mobile WordPress Theme

ThemeFuse offers support, updates and a detailed documentation for all their themes to make sure that things work properly.

Also, they have an optional “WordPress hosting” service to make sure that your site is hosted by WordPress professionals.

Designer WordPress Theme

How to join the giveaway?

ThemeFuse is giving away a Standard License for 3 WRD readers each.

Joining the giveaway is pretty easy. Just comment to this post and like the Facebook page of ThemeFuse.

Winners will be selected randomly a week later (on 21 August 2013).

Good luck to all.

The winners

Here they are:

  • Erik Nielsen (comment #1270578)
  • Wilfred (comment #1270428)
  • Durgesh Gupta (comment #1270509)

Congratulations and thanks very much everyone for joining.

For web projects where a continuous development will take place, it is important to be consistent regarding the usage of styles and code for any addition to be made in the future.

Style Guide Boilerplate is a free template to help anyone create and present their own “common design components” to easily find and use them later.

Style Guide Boilerplate

Such guides are also very useful for projects where multiple designers/developers are involved to share the common patterns.

It comes with “about, fonts, colors, base styles + pattern styles” sections and can be extended easily.

Single page websites became so much popular with the simplicity they offer for browsing content. And, the same popularity is valid for the parallax effect.

MightyDeals is running a deal that brings these 2 web trends and offering 20 one-page and parallaxed templates (by Flashmint) for a much discounted price.

MightyDeals Parallax Templates

The items in the bundle are all responsive and can be customized completely (they include the PSD sources).

Normally, the set is priced $681 but offered for $19 for a limited time.

It is definitely a good deal for anyone looking to build a good-looking and simple-yet-functional website quickly

HTML5 Up! is a website that creates and shares very good-looking and free HTML5-CSS3 templates.

All the templates have responsive layouts (down to mobile) (uses Skel.js) and they are compatible with all major browsers.

There are already 10+ templates where new ones are added within time and they can be used freely under the CCA license for both personal or commercial projects.

Free HTML5 Templates by HTML5 Up1

Boilerplates are usually very handy when starting new web projects as they provide an instant

HTML5 Bones is a boilerplate for HTML5-powered websites including the most-required stuff (normalize.css, html5shiv, etc.) in the markup.

HTML5 Bones

Besides the markup, it is very well commented which works as a useful guide for anyone new into HTML5.

It simply shows the usage of HTML5 markup including header, section, article, footer and more (there is also an example of video as well).