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Colorfrog Clean Retina Ready Responsive Multipurpose Bootstrap Theme

Colorfrog Clean Retina Ready Responsive Multipurpose Bootstrap Theme
CMS/Framework: Bootstrap Themes
Technologies: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery
Layout: Responsive
Preprocessors: SASS
Price: $25

Main features of Colorfrog Bootstrap Template include:

  • Four color styles, something to suit any mood.
  • Fully responsive.
  • Google webfont .
  • Browser component for displaying screenshots done in pure CSS. Stand out from the sea of Macs and iMacs used for this purpose.
  • Custom icons and imagery designed specifically for Colorfrog, clean and easy to understand. Adoble Illustrator (.ai) resource package included.
  • Documentation included for customising theme parts to suit your needs best.
  • Home page
  • About
  • Contact
  • Sub page
  • Blog
  • Blog post
  • Blog archive (by year)
  • Blog archive (by month)
  • Blog archive (by author)
  • Clients / portfolio
  • Single client / portfolio item
  • Products / services
  • Product / service single
  • Pricing 3 packages
  • Pricing table comparison
  • Support
  • FAQ
  • Documentation
  • Login
  • Forgotten password
  • All artwork and icons contained within the Colorfrog theme were created by and are free to use in whatever manner you see fit.
  • Google webfont .
  • Video from .
  • Controlfrog Meaningful metrics. Controlfrog helps you focus on your key metrics by taking them and displaying them in a meaningful, easily digestible way.
  • Shopfrog Modern Ecommerce. Shopfrog brings ecommerce bang up to date for the modern web. It puts the most important thing first the product.
  • Onefrog Onefrog helps you tell a meaningful story about yourself, your company or app in a clean, modern, captivating one page website.
  • Browserfrog Browserfrog is a completely CSS/HTML browser window frame. Put away your generic iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air frames. Take the spotlight back and point it firmly at your screenshot/appshot.