Free Website Templates

Download a Template and Customize it for your own Website.

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  Download TemplateBlue Marble

  • Elegant & Minimal Flat Design
  • HTML5 & CSS3
  • Fully Responsive Design
  • Retina Display Ready
  • Extensive Documentation
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  Download TemplateEnergy

  • Simple, Easy-to-Use Template
  • CSS3 & HTML5 Compliant
  • Fixed Width Template
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  Download TemplateFree Style

  • Six (6) Styles to Choose From
  • CSS3 & HTML5 Compliant
  • Compliant, Customizable Templates
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  Download TemplateNeo-Blog

  • Easy to Use Website Template
  • CSS3 & HTML5 Compliant
  • Built in Photo Gallery
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  Download TemplateZero Four

  • A responsive general purpose
  • site template design. Has plenty
  • of room for all sorts of content
  • and even multilevel drop down
  • menus.
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  Download TemplateTimber

  • Fresh & Clean
  • Very Flexible
  • Fully Responsire
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  Download TemplateProlog

  • This is Prologue, a simple, single
  • page responsive site template. It
  • features a clean, minimalistic
  • design and a sticky sidebar
  • with navigation-linked scrolling.
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  Download TemplateYellow Star

  • This is Yellow Star, a simple, single
  • page CSS site template. It
  • features a clean, minimalistic
  • design with navigation-linked scrolling.

Each of these Website Templates are packaged in a Zip file. Click the image to download to your computer. Once downloaded, UnZip with the program of your choice. Most come with detailed instructions.

Customize the index.html file to fulfill your website's requirements. If you are using a website builder, you can then save your new file as a template and apply it to all new pages you create. If you are not using a builder program, you will just save the customized page as index.html. When you create the new pages you will just copy the index.html with a new name for the new page.

The page you are seeing is the Zero Four template. I customized it for my own use.

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Amateur Website Developers?

The pros and cons. Mostly cons.

I was asked by a new client to evaluate their website. She said that she asked another developer to build her a site last year. The other developer proceeded to throw up a 5 page basic website. The client was impressed until she asked for a few small changes. The developer disappeared, gone, not reachable on this planet.

This is not unusual. I have talked to a great many people who have had the same experience. What really disappointed the client was that I had to report: