Time – Responsive Website Template Created by kubasto. This templates have specific characteristics, namely: Time is a powerful multipurpose template suitable for a variety of site types: crative portfolio, big corporate site, personal blog, product-oriented site, video gallery & photo album – you name .
You can use this Time – Responsive Website Template on Site templates category for clean, compact, contact form, css3, fullscreen, html5, mobile, modern, parallax, portfolio, responsive, retina, simple, slider, touch and another uses.
- Files included: PHP Files, HTML Files, CSS Files, JS Files
- Layout: Responsive
- Documentation: Well Documented
- Compatible with: None
- Compatible browsers: IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, Edge
- High resolution: Yes
- Columns: 4+
Time is a powerful multipurpose template suitable for a variety of site types: crative portfolio, big corporate site, personal blog, product-oriented site, video gallery & photo album – you name it.
What makes it special is focus on details: the highest quality code, extended documentation and top notch support. These are the reasons why users come back for my templates.
Template is prepared for a verity of uses.
Tens of page layouts are already prepared, although, it’s built in such way, that you can create new ones easily. You can set any site size, any sidebars sizes and it’s always nicely responsive.
*Both sliders are enhanced and have unique features for the template.
Perfect for presenting key content. Any number of tabs you need. They can be used anywhere on a site.
There are 2 main schemes – bright and dark. You can combine any of them with the leading color of your choice. I’ve prepared a few examples ›
Time is a responsive website template, which means it adapts to the device on which it’s displayed. The theme cares for your content so it looks great on all devices, but you can also decide to show part of a content on one version only, and hide on other.
Retina is a commonly used phrase to describe displays with high intensity of pixels. Regular displays are 72 pixels per inch, while Retina is about 200-300 pixels per inch. Images need to be treated in a special way, so that they look sharp on this kind of displays. Time Template does that, so your site and its content looks perfect on iPhones, MacBooks, and new smartphones.
There are a lot of areas you can use for menus. Each of them is optional but you can use all at once if you want. Every one is responsive, so it works nice on mobiles (as the whole site). Watch examples ›
There are a few examples of this kind of tables, but as they are quite flexible, you can adjust them for your needs. Few examples ›
There are two types of icons included – font icons, which are vector files, so can be scaled to any size without quality loss, and image icons, which are 16×16 px (and 32×32 px for Retina displays) raster files.
Time 2.0.1 (20 Jan 2016)
- fixed menu on mobile devices
Time 2.0 (19 Jan 2016)
- updated CSS and JS files to fix and improve many aspects of the template
- added support for submenu of secondary navigation
- most animations are now made with CSS3
- updated jQuery to 2.2.0
- updated FancyBox to 2.1.5
- updated MediaElement.js to 2.13.2
- removed Selectivizr
- other fixes and improvements
- implemented new rules of Twitter API 1.1 for Twitter widget
- added include-retweets and exclude-replies options for Twittera widget
- added buffering for received tweets to make it work faster
- improved Retina images handling in LayerSlider
- updated jQuery to 2.0 version
- updated LayerSlider to 4.5.5 version
- small changes in the template documentation
- added price tables
- added log in module
- added set of classes: .background-(name), simmilar to .color-(name)
- slimmed down frame of FancyBox images
- fixed Like button wrong behavior after clicking
- other minor fixes
Complete changelog can be found in the template’s documentation.
I’ve used the following resources to built the template:
jQuery, jQuery UI, jQuery Easing Plugin, MediaElement.js, Fancybox, FlexSlider, LayerSlider, masonry, tipsy, imagesLoaded, oauth, Entypo Font, Brandico Font, Koloria Icons Pack by Andy Gongea, pc.de Essen Icon Pack, PC 100 Icon Pack, Flag Icons by GoSquared, Subtle Patterns.
And I’ve used work of the following authors for the demo site:
Blender Foundation, Reel Water Productions, boogy_man, Cristian Bortes, Daniele Zedda, dolgachov, geckostamp, James Vaughan, luisviegas, Marc Edwards, muffet1, Nicki Varkevisser, somadjinn, Swaminathan, szaszlajos, Tomáš Vateha, Victor Camilo, vjeran2001, William Warby, Travel icon pack, and public domain images.
Most of these images are replaced with dummy images in the template package because of license limits.
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