25 Free Responsive HTML5 CSS3 Website Templates

25 Free Responsive HTML5 CSS3 Website Templates

Best free html5 templates 2015 can be used to create a websites in no time. These responsive html5 templates are packed with amazing features and clean code.

In this article you’ll discover around 25 Free Responsive HTML5 CSS3 Website Templates which is often used on a new internet site to alter, create an excellent theme of your personal devoid of functioning by scratch. Return to us all if you…

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Workout - A Responsive WordPress Gym Theme

Workout – A Responsive WordPress Gym Theme

Workout is a responsive, fitness and gym theme for WordPress

Workout theme is designed exclusively with the fitness community in mind. Display your gym’s important information such as WODs, coaches, programs and even sell apparel. Increase the visibility and usability of your site and get it up and running and customized quickly and easily so you can get…

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This grid theme by Romans Bermans, aptly named Minimalism, is minimal!

Don’t be fooled by the minimal look in thinking that there’s also a minimal offering of features. Minimalism comes with impressive feature list with a “configurable page background, a fully responsive layout, icons for most popular social services, [and] infinite scrolling".

Web design tools are a critical part of the responsive web design procedure. The aim of using a responsive layout is to make the website work on any type of device, but without mass testing it’s not possible to know for sure how the site is conducting in different situations. Responsive web design tools word consists of a mix of flexible grids, images and layouts and an intelligent use of CSS media queries. When the end-user switches from their laptop over to their iPad, the website being looked should automatically switch to image size, particular resolution and scripting abilities.

What is Responsive Web Design?

What is Responsive Web Design?

May 8, 2013 by Annie Pilon

Have you asked yourself, “What is responsive Web design?” Responsive Web design is an approach whereby a designer creates a Web page that “responds to” or resizes itself depending on the type of device it is being seen through.  That could be an oversized desktop computer monitor, a laptop, a 10-inch tablet, a 7-inch tablet, or a 4-inch smartphone screen.

Responsive Web…

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Wave. Creative Portfolio, Premium Tumblr Theme (Portfolio)

Wave. Creative Portfolio, Premium Tumblr Theme (Portfolio)

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Be creative! Build your own portfolio! Perfect for all types of content.

Theme Features
  • All post types
  • Simple posts filtering
  • Infinite Scrolling
  • Author Sidebar
  • Mobile-first Responsive Web Design
  • Twitter Feed
  • dribbble Feed
  • Instagram…

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20+ Free Responsive WordPress Themes for April 2015

20+ Free Responsive WordPress Themes for April 2015

Free themes for WordPress for several years already remain a hot trend in search engines. WordPressis the most famous CMS system, which received its popularity due to wide possibilities of customizing your website, regular updates and user-friendly interface. People who are far from web design and development can easily understand and use this system to create their project. If you do not want to…

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April 21st, a Responsive Website Will be a Ranking Criteria on Google

April 21st, a Responsive Website Will be a Ranking Criteria on Google

Apr 17, 2015 by Megan Totka

How are your customers accessing your small business website? And more importantly, what does it look like when they do?

The simple fact is that mobile device usage is on the rise. Last year marked the first when mobile Internet traffic surpassed desktop traffic, and recent reports showthat 60 percent of total digital media time is spent on smartphones and tablets.


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Maximum Enriched

CB Radio culture back in the late 60s / early 70s was a force to be reckoned with, and which was responsible for a particularly humorous ad for white bread (Kerns), narrated by the iconic C.W. McCall. For anyone who even barely remembers this time, C.W. was synonymous with basically anything that had to do with trucking and the popularity of the citizen’s band. His character was that of a bread truck driver who delivered for the “Mama Kern’s Fill'er Up And Keep On A Truckin’ Cafe” and on one of the popular east coast ads of the era, he proclaimed that the bread was “Maximum Enriched”.

What this meant of course was a reference to the enrichment of the dough, most common with the classic white-bread variety, and while it may have been a popular choice decades before, not much was known (publicly) about the term. To enrich something after all is to make it better and when it comes to food, it sounds good, but the word in question when used to describe white bread refers to the enrichment process, or refinement. As such, much of the good nutritional elements have been stripped or ’modified’ through the refining process as opposed to a whole grain option thus making the term a bit confusing.

While culinary terminology is 180 degrees out from tech speak, the term ’enriched’ may have similar overtones even when the subject is that of your company database. For instance, you may have the latest and most popular and professional system, but unless good ingredients (such as customized fields and data integrity) are added, what will be left is a sharp system minus the potential.

It used to be in decades past that a standard set of instructions, hard-coded into the database was the system we all lived by and while few options were available for customization it wasn’t an advertised feature as the priority at the time was to ensure that the software just worked. Turning back to our present time, there is seldom an issue with hardware or software as many CRM systems today are cloud-based with updates done automatically.

With the prior issues that were commonplace during the 70s and 80s a distant thought, the dam is wide open in which to tailor your database to fit the needs of your enterprise, which can be done in many forms. Indeed, the most familiar is that of field-level customization, however, many other options await through integrating other systems… and even other departments. HR or Finance for example may be using a software application which could instead be joined with your enterprise CRM solution.

The advantages of integrating other systems within a common database are invaluable when compared to a standalone instance with such benefits as reporting and user-management control. Not to mention that by migrating over your other department’s systems, the limitations with their existing software is either reduced or eliminated due to the flexibility of the cloud-based CRM. Costs can also be reduced by adopting a new home for your other applications as there is no longer the need for regular updates to the detached software tool.

Making your investment in CRM can also be further enriched by incorporating your website(s) to include items such as on-line forms (feedback / lead-gen) and payment systems. Like the integration of your internal departmental applications, the main benefit gained is in the reporting and analytics which could be much more time-consuming if housed outside of your CRM. Mobile is also a factor to be considered when customizing your system and it need not be complex. Where years ago much of what needed to be done from scratch through your own resources, can today be accomplished through ready-made apps, such as the ones from the AppExchange.

The other element to scrutinize, especially when combining CRM with your corporate site, is the readiness of your mobile site, and how it functions with your clients and prospects. Google for instance recently announced that they will soon be changing the makeup of their search results to include a new algorithm which will reward websites that are mobile-friendly, either through a separate mobile site (m.yourcompany.com) or using the newer responsive design.

Many options await you in changing the make-up of an otherwise plain-Jane database. No longer is there a need to concern ourselves with complexity as a reason to remain with a default solution as by and large, the tools available today make it possible to rapidly develop a made-to-measure CRM which is limited only by your team’s creativity.

Title image by Karen’s Kitchen | Kerns Bread Truck by StanH