Here's more information about the Jumpeye framework...
1. Fluid grid systemThe core of the framework is the CSS grid system. Before users start designing their website, they can easily create a grid structure by using the online grid editor on the page of the product.
2. Responsive stylish UI elementsJumpeye framework comes with a huge set of stylish UI elements: drop down menus, buttons, panels, tabs, tooltips, alerts, forms, tables and typography. Each type of UI element has several readymade skins and they are highly customizable, so it will be easy to select the most appropriate design for any user’s site
The slider component supports image and HTML content in order to create website headers, tours and presentations, image sliders, banner rotators or any other type of slider.Jumpeye framework was recently updated with two responsive templates. These templates were created using the elements and components of the framework and users can use them for commercial purposes by only changing the media content (text and images).
Empower: Responsive personal/small business website template
Glimpses: Responsive photography website template
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