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We are offering this template free of charge which makes it a great way to having a great HTML Landing Page. Caviar Folio is a premium designed HTML Landing Page. Upper part contains a simple but Classy logotip (font is Caviar Dreams) on the left and simple social icons on the right. Main part contains a simple contact form and a personal description along with showcase of your best work. Lower part contains a copyright notice and an elegant ribbon that contains a line from you.
This template uses one CSS file for changing style of template. Css is commented, each class is described so editing is simple and straightforward. Structure follows the visual hierarchy. It is divided into sections which are:
/*MAIN SETTINGS */
/* HEADER */
/* MIDDLE PART */
/* FOOTER */
- Cufon (tool that implemets cufon fonts – font embeding)
- Two Cufon Fonts (Caviar Dreams and Sansation Regular)
- Lightbox (lightbox is implemented as a separate component)
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