Tag archive: templates

New release: Basic Landing

Not all websites use multiple pages and navigation menus. There are numerous single-page websites out there, and after publishing more than 60 free website templates on andreasviklund.com I realized that I was missing a design for a simple single-page website. Here it is, and I have given it the name Basic Landing (as in “landing…

New template: Variant Light

Following the release of Variant Dark two days ago, here is a brighter and in my opinion prettier template called Variant Light. It has a 2-column standard layout with two navigation menus and a layout width of 980 pixels, is built with no images used in the design (except for the header image which is…

New template: Variant Dark

I have never been a fan of light-on-dark websites. I find them harder to read, and they often remind me about the old times when complex layouts with nested table layouts were considered trendy. Basically the late 1990′s. But I know that a lot of people disagree with that opinion, and more dark templates are…

Translating the templates

I got an e-mail asking if there were any translations of the website templates available, more specifically Japanese versions. Unfortunately, to my knowledge the templates have not been translated to Japanese or any other language. But even though the texts in the templates are mostly intended as placeholders, it may be a good idea to…

How to add an image gallery to a template (part 2)

This is part 2 in a series of tutorial posts about adding an image gallery to a website template. For this post to be useful, make sure to read part 1 first! In the part 1 of this tutorial I described how to replace the single sample image of the Gallery template with a simple…

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