BERN

Simple Portfolio Template

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This is a simple HTML Template ready to use and customize. It is a one page Template using modals to display standalone-content with in the page. It also includes several features like a simple toggle navigation, project and content sliders, a simple 5 column grid and a rich easy to use icon-font.

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Mobile first

Using the min-width media queries we only apply styles when they are needed. So we design our “mobile” layout first and then use min-width to layer complex layouts as the viewport widens

Sliders

Using the jQuery FlexSlider to slide the content. It's fully responsive and supported in all major browsers. I inculded an overlay caption to display additional content on hover

Grid

Keeping it simple with a maximum of 5 columns. Honestly, did you ever create a website layout using more then 5 columns? It’s lightweight, easy to use and simple to maintain

  • Using the Slider for content

    Simple use the class "flexslider" on your column you want to add the slider. Using the "li" elements you can define the sliding content

  • Old Town

    In 1983, the historic old town in the centre of Bern became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bern is ranked among the world’s top ten cities for the best quality of life (2010).[

  • And content with image

    You can add any HTML element to the slider, even imagen

    content-image

Etymology

The etymology of the name Bern is uncertain. According to the local legend, based on folk etymology, Berchtold V, Duke of Zähringen, the founder of the city of Bern, vowed to name the city after the first animal he met on the hunt, and this turned out to be a bear. It has long been considered likely that the city was named after the Italian city of Verona, which at the time was known as Bern in Middle High German. As a result of the find of the Bern zinc tablet in the 1980s, it is now more common to assume that the city was named after a pre-existing toponym of Celtic origin, possibly *berna "cleft". The bear was the heraldic animal of the seal and coat of arms of Bern from at least the 1220s. The earliest reference to the keeping of live bears in the Bärengraben dates to the 1440s.

Icon Font

Using the Icon Font by "Font Awsome you can add a bunch of icons by simply setting the needed class.

                                                                                                                                                                               

and many more...

Project Grid

Filterable

A simple filterable Project Grid

Contact Us

A simple contac from