CardPost is a clean multi purpose blog and magazine template that creatively uses cards for both the layout and presentation. It's built using the latest Bootstrap release and is styled using Material Design colors.
- Fully responsive. Looks great in all screens.
- Font Awesome fonts
- Themify fonts
- Material Design Color Classes
- Masonry grid support
- 6 Different Color Skins
- Pure CSS skinning.
- Change colors by changing variables
- Sass source files included
- Home version 1
- Home version 2 - Masonry grid
- Post view
- Search Page
- 404/Error page
- Features Page
- Color Guide
The images used in this theme are licenced for free use and were sourced from the following sources.
- All Stock images sourced from www.pixabay.com
Script and Other credits
The following icon sets and jquery plugins were used and are licensed for commercial use
- Font icons from FontAwesome
- Themify icons from Themify
- jQuery by The jQuery Foundation
- Bootsrap 3 by Bootstrap team
- Masonry script from desandro.com
No more talk! Just check out the live demo to experience the beauty of CardPost:
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|Bootstrap:||Compatible with 3.3.x|
|Tags:||blog, clean, flat, material design, responsive|
|Released:||8 months ago|
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