Kose - Fullscreen Portfolio HTML Template

Kose - Fullscreen Portfolio HTML Template

Want to show your awesome portfolio or photography works? Simply let Kose template help you!

Kose - Fullscreen Portfolio WordPress Theme


  • Work-focused and elegant modern design
  • Fullscreen image / slider
  • Fully responsive
  • Retina-display ready
  • Filterable portfolio
  • 14 page templates (plus 10 extra pages for elements)
  • Ready-to-use HTML elements like:
    • Button
    • Embed Video
    • Accordion and Toggle
    • Tabs
    • Message Box
    • Icons
    • Testimonial Slider
    • Google Maps
    • and moreā€¦
  • FancyBox 2 for image lightbox feature
  • Touch-enabled for fullscreen slider, testimonial slider and general image slider
  • Working AJAX contact form
  • Powered by Zurb Foundation Framework

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Additional Note

Most photos in the live preview were purchased and used for the demonstration only. They are not included in the package. However, we have created all image placeholders for you instead so you can quickly apply your own images to the areas.

Thank You!

Thank you so much for your interests. Your comments and ratings would be much appreciated.


Most photos are from http://photodune.net/


Version 1.1.1 (May 31, 2014)
> Added a notice showing on mobile to let the users know that they can scroll down to the content area. (kose.js, kose-responsive.css)
> Fixed the slider caption display. (kose.js)
> Fixed long menu is overlapped by the footer on mobile. (kose.js)
> Revised the code for always displaying the content area on mobile even there is "hidden-content" class specified. (kose.js)

Version 1.1.0 (May 19, 2014)
> Added a new functionality to hide the content area on page load. Please see the documentation, under the section of "Hide Content Area on Page Load", for how to use (kose.js, kose.css)