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Platz – Free Grid-Style HTML Website Template

Need a portfolio Grid-style HTML template for your new website? Or maybe for a creative photography website. This free html5 template is minimal in design and has blazing page loading speed. Released back in 2016 and updated in 2018, this template captured the hearts of many bloggers with over 35000 downloads. You are free to download and use it for any purpose.

Developer: DesignSeer (previously Designseer)

Features

Responsive Design

This template will look great on your modern smartphones, iPad, tablets, and large desktops. The four-column desktop layout adapts to one-column on your mobile.

Browser Support

The theme works perfectly well in modern browsers like IE9+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.

Light Code

Keeping the standard HTML5 and CSS3 markup we developed Platz using a custom css3 framework that runs smoothly.

Coding

Edit the style CSS file or index.html file easily.

Performance

Based on Gtmetrix results:

platz pagespeed 100%
Time to First Byte (TTFB) – 264ms (use Cloudflare for even better connect speed)

 

Specification

  • Name: Platz
  • Platform: HTML5 and CSS3
  • Release: Feburary 2016
  • Update: October 2018
  • Usage: Personal & Commercial

Change Log

Version 1.0.1 – Oct 2018

  • Minor bugs

Version 1.0.0 – Feb 2016

  • Initial Release.

DemoDownload (38920)

Platz – Free Grid HTML template
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About Rijo Abraham

Rijo is the Heart & Soul of DesignSeer. Writes honest reviews based on facts, that are easy to digest, that are not personally biased. Loves to interview those in the realm of WordPress. Hobbies; Takes Amazon Polly way too seriously.

4 comments

  1. Jenn

    When will the WordPress version be ready?

    • Rijo Abraham

      No WordPress version for now. Sorry. WordPress might not be required for this type of portfolio template.

  2. jonelearn

    Really like the template and works well in FF and Chrome but the mini icons that represent A, PS, Ai etc. are extremely large in IE (11). Any ideas on how to fix this?

    • Rijo Abraham

      Does it still happen?

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