Medical-Pro is a responsible HTML template with 12-column grid based on popular Twitter Bootstrap framework. This theme is suitable as a clean and easily maintainable template for any business specially for medical industries, portfolio or single-project site, with support for responsive layouts.

Features:

  1. HTML5 & CSS3.
  2. Bootstrap Responsive grid.
  3. Filterable Gallery.
  4. Working Twitter Feed.
  5. 2 Blog Styles.
  6. 17 Validated HTML5 Pages.
  7. Google Web Fonts.
  8. Jquery Validation Engine for Form Validations.
  9. PSD Included.
  10. A-Z Documentation Included.

Images From: www.photl.com

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$50
212Purchases
License: Extended
Version:1.0
Type:
  • HTML Template
Bootstrap: Compatible with 2.3.x
Layouts:
  • Responsive
  • Fluid
Browsers:
  • IE 9
  • Latest Chrome
  • Latest Firefox
  • Latest Safari
Uses Less:No
Uses Sass:No
Categories:
Tags: business, clean, clinic, commercial, corporate, green, hospital, medical, personal, responsive
Item#:WB06421XL
Released:4 years ago
Sold exclusively on WrapBootstrap
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