The Bootstrap framework has exploded in popularity the past couple of years, and with it has grown the amount of Bootstrap Templates you can find on the Internet. Since being developed as an internal tool at the Twitter labs to create consistency among apps, the Bootstrap framework has been released to help everyone create their own websites and apps using its easy front-end features.
Template.net is not blind to this. We’ve featured many Bootstrap collections in the past, so if you’re interested, do check those out from our archives. Here are just 7+ more templates we thought deserved a mention.
Like a lot of people, you might have heard of this framework without realizing what it is. Bootstrap is a framework, or a structure, to help with interface development.
It was developed at Twitter and was originally called the “Twitter Blueprint.” Using Bootstrap, new apps could be developed on solid code, allowing you flexibility on the front-end design.
Bootstrap makes designing your web stuff easier, but it doesn’t start the designing for you. A lot of beginners will find it useful to have ready-made options to help them get started. This will be useful for a lot of people pressed for time as well. A lot of these you will recognize as bootstrap dashboard templates, since this is where most beginners get stuck.
If you are looking for the easiest way to create a professional-looking website for personal or business purposes, don’t get left behind. See what these templates can do for you.
You will have to have a version of Bootstrap already downloaded on your computer (it’s free). Anything from version 2.0 up will be compatible with many of these templates, and version 3.3.7 (released July 2016) is now compatible with the latest versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera, and Safari.
Some of these Bootstrap templates are up for purchase, while some are free. Prices can range anywhere from nothing to $10 USD, so be sure to check the product specifics at the respective download pages.
If you’re not up to buy what’s on sale, it is still worth studying the free screenshots and layouts that catch your eye. See if you can replicate something like it on your own. Inspiration is always free, but it will pay for itself when you hit upon the right idea.
If you’re still not sure what Bootstrap can do for you, take two minutes and look through some bootstrap landing page templates.
If any of them seem click-worthy to you, you’ll know it can offer the same thing for your site. Especially if you’re running a web company that’s running on a pay-per-click basis, the landing page design is what you need to pay attention to the most.
Bootstrap tries to make responsive design easier for everyone with the drive to research and play around with the interface a bit.
Join the Bootstrap world of efficient design and see what you think. It’s an investment worth looking into.