Deal of the week: 10 Twitter Bootstrap templates

One of the very best frameworks to build new sites on is Twitter Bootstrap. Mobile-first, lightweight and powerful; it’s a great starting point.

The only issues with Bootstrap are that it’s both easily recognized due to extensive use, and time-consuming to modify due to its comprehensive approach.

Solving these problems are 10 premium Bootstrap templates from Bootstraptor. Use them to extend Bootstrap, get a headstart on customizing for your clients, or use them as they are. And thanks to our sister-site, MightyDeals.com, you can get these these 10 premium templates for $10; that’s just $1 per template!

All templates are built with valid HTML and use responsive techniques to ensure they perform perfectly across a complete range of devices. But that’s not all, the precise coding of Bootstrap means the templates are primed for an SEO campaign, and once customers have found the site, the clean design makes them super user-friendly.

There are business templates, landing pages, parallax templates, multi-page and single-pages, scroller templates and pricing tables. The contemporary designs are ideal for updating out-of-date sites.

This fantastic 74% discount deal is available for a limited time, so jump over to MightyDeals.com and grab it while you can.

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Have you developed a site with Bootstrap? How easy did you find it to extend? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Marcel

    First off, most of these aren’t even made for best FPS performance. Second, is it just me or does this feel like some sort of spam? I used to come here for good articles, not to be bombarded by “mightydeals” (the name alone is cringeworthy) templates; we’re supposed to be the guys making these things, not the ones buying them. I should configure ad-blocker to include posts like these.

  • billy

    I really do not believe any bootstrap should have a price tag…its already free on its own.
    Now we have to pay for someone extending it. No No No

  • christoph

    Marcel get’s it totally right. Most of them just sucks. I would never prefer to even show something like this to my clients.