LongBow

Joomla 3.0 Views: 922 Added Date: 28 August 2013 pixelsparadise Like
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Joomla Template: LongBow
Template Topics:
Business Portfolio Media Personal Pages

Template Options:
Settings/Parameters, Demo Installer, Responsive

Unique tags:
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"LongBow" is a minimalistic, flat-designed and responsive HTML5/CSS3 template for Joomla 3.0+. It based on "Bootstrap" a flexible width grid framework (which is also used for the Joomla backend) and modern lightweight code. The template itself was created for a modern design agency or App presentation, but of course you can use it for a lot of other website types which needs a modern and friendly look&feel.

The package includes the templates installation file, some additional images and a documentation. A quickstart package is also available for download.

"LongBow" provides flexible modulepositions based on a unlimited number of modules in a 12 columns grid layout. It comes with a build-in dropdown menu, RTL support, full screen background images, support for the "Bootstrap" content elements (like buttons, labels, alerts etc.), a slider area for a unlimited number of slides and two selectable layout modes ("full sized" or "boxed"). It is equipped with an advanced template setup to edit/customize all important settings (like slider speed, read direction selection, logo type, etc.) with a few clicks and HTML overrides for all default modules and components to provide native "Bootstrap" support on frontend.

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Reviews (2):

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Kim

one more flat design template...it's becoming popular

28 August 12:03

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Mark

ha
i have found some bugs there
first, i tested responsibility of the template, and i found, that when you squeeze the screen to the resolution of the mobile device the menu in the right corner are stretching on the whole size of the screen, thereby closing the top of the screen and logo.
second, gallery in the bottom, perhaps, has to be not like separate pictures, but like pictures, that increasing there size, for better viewing.
I hope, that Pixelsparadise will fix these bugs.

30 August 10:24

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