GK Music - FREE responsive template J2.5

By NewOne on Wed, 2012/06/27 2:516118 views 2JoomlaGavickPro
GK Music - FREE responsive template J2.5

the first FREE responsive template from GavickPro! Use Responsive Web Design to the fullest with a custom version of Gavern Framework and especially prepared Tabs GK5 and NSP GK4.

No matter how much we have, we always want to have more, to achieve more and be successful in our branch…

Then, going beyond your expectations and fancy surprising you, we want to present you a dazzling and unique project – the first FREE responsive template from GavickPro!

It’s always been a great challenge to build a template that will suit our customers’ needs. Now, it’s so easy with GavickPro responsive template to create a breathtaking project which will catch your visitors’ attention. It can be done easily thanks to our Gavern Framework on which this template is based. It was customized in order to meet a Responsive Web Design requirements.

Also, there is support for Tabs GK5 module with native support for horizontal layout scaling based upon the type of device display. It is also very important to mention that this responsive template also supports especially modified the News Show Pro GK4 and a K2 component in order to display different types of information in an attractive way.

What is more, it supports mooMasonry script which allows blocks with modules to be positioned such that the available space is optimized for the target device.Demo:

http://www.gavick.com/joomla-templates/free-responsive-joomla-template,91.html
Download:gk_free_music_free_J!25.zip
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http://www.gavick.com/download/joomla-25-templates/musicfree.html

All Latest Updates(23 July)

http://www.newone.org/gavickpro-joomla-25-templates-all-latest-updates

Comments

  1. 2013-09-03 2:14
    nurul

    how to hide a create account at the header of this template..

  2. 2012-07-04 15:59
    Anonymous

    GPL or not GPL?

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