To take your business to the next level, you need free personal website templates that will help you do the trick. Whether creating a new page or redesigning the existing one, they all work fantastically well in both cases.
Whether you operate a freelancing business, run a personal blog, or even plan to create a resume website, a solid foundation is an absolute must.
Luckily, we have a broad specter of different web designs that you can now take to your total advantage. They work flawlessly out of the box, but you can also step things up and introduce your signature style.
The choice is yours; it just shows that you have plenty of options to make it how you like it.
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Since we understand that many of you are busy with operating your businesses, we decided to include multiple WordPress themes. If you are not into coding and turning an HTML template into a functional personal website, treat yourself to a WordPress theme.
Create an online portfolio, share your skills and experience, display pricing and let everyone get in touch with you directly via a contact form; your website can rock it all and then some.
If you are ready for a boost, do the right thing with themes and templates on the list below.
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We have a huge selection of free website templates that you can find here.
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Building a personal page becomes a small breeze with the resourceful Uncode. Whether you would like to start a personal blog, an online portfolio or a resume page, you can do them all with the usability of Uncode. There are multiple samples available for you to put them into play and start your thing strong online. Bear in mind, there are 410 ready-to-use layouts packed into the Uncode box, which tells you more than enough. In short, Uncode has in store something for everyone, regardless of your meticulous taste.
Uncode comes with drag and drop page building method, Revolution Slider, custom concepts, advanced grid and over six different menus. Whatever your heart desires,
This article was written by Aigars Silkalns and originally published on Colorlib.