Update! A new responsive business Wordpress theme, called Prestige, was included in the Jumpeye framework pack.
Jumpeye framework provides a complete solution for users who want to build responsive websites, while the product includes several templates
along with the elements and components.
We continuously add new responsive website templates built with the framework in order to help you with stunning design and fresh ideas to build your own exceptional website. Check out our latest templates that were recently included in the Jumpeye framework pack.
The grid supports any custom size and it can be changed in a few seconds by using the online grid editor panel.
Responsive website templates included!
Creating responsive designs is the best new thing in web design trends and it will shortly become a must-have feature for websites, since the number of mobile visitors increases rapidly.
Jumpeye framework is a responsive CSS framework; its main role is to provide a foundation for developers to create websites with an adaptive design for any type of devices. You don't need two different websites for desktop and mobile devices, since the framework's fluid grid structure serves a perfect page layout for all of them.
The framework comes with a huge set of stylish UI elements and some very useful components for website development. All the UI elements and components are fully responsive. The pack includes all the necessary resources to create responsive website designs, website prototypes, responsive template designs or mobile websites.
In order to help you, we have included some responsive website templates to illustrate the power of the framework. These templates can be used for commercial purposes or you can use them to start building your own responsive website.
Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer 8+. By using the fluid grid system the websites will have a mobile-friendly layout on any mobile device, such as iOS and Android-enabled smartphones and tablets.
Jumpeye framework includes jQuery version 1.8.1. To use the embedded jQuery version use 'JFBase' instead of '$' in your code.