Freelancer is a unique HTML template best suited for Portfolio and Freelance websites. Whether you are a web designer, photographer, artist or just want an awesome looking template to show off your work, the Freelancer template could be just what you are looking for!
- 15 colour schemes to choose from
- Homepage image slider with 9 animation effects
- Portfolio page with multiple image galleries
- Our popular ajax contact form included – worth $6
- Testimonial fader
- Live Twitter feed
- Unique design
- Easily customisable
- Well documented
- Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict
15 great colour schemes
We’ve included a massive 15 colour scheme variations with the Freelancer template so you are sure to find one you like and you can easily switch between colour schemes. Also included is documentation detailing the exact steps needed to create your own colour schemes! Visit the live preview to check out each colour scheme.
The homepage image slider uses the popular NivoSlider jQuery plugin that produces awesome image transition effects while also having the flexibility of being easy to change to suit the feel of your website.
Multiple gallery / portfolio with Colorbox
The template includes a portfolio page where you can add multiple image galleries to display your best work to potential customers. You can flick through the images in each gallery using the included Colorbox plugin.
Easily customisable ajax contact form – worth $6
The contact form included is created using our popular iPhorm ajax contact form which is sold separately for $6 on CodeCanyon and included free with this template. For more information about the form check our the item details for our iPhorm on CodeCanyon.
Fading testimonials & Twitter feed
The template includes a testimonial box in the footer which loops through your testimonials with a fading effect, a great way to let your visitors know what your clients are saying about you! The footer also contains a live Twitter feed which fetches your latest Tweets and displays them for your visitors to read. The Twitter feed code has been optimised to be the last thing to load on the page, so it will not slow down the loading of the page at all, which is a common problem with some websites that display live Twitter feeds.
We’ve added a detailed help file to help you make any changes you need to the template as well a extensively commenting the code. If for some reason this is not enough, feel free to contact us on our ThemeForest profile if you need additional help.
v1.1.1 – 6th September 2011
- Minor CSS improvements
Why not check out the live preview?