Jan 10, 2019

Harvest Restaurant & Food Joomla Theme

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Harvest Theme is a premium restaurant and food template built on Joomla 3 CMS. This theme is ideal for any restaurant, bakery, caterer, deli or other site with food themes. It includes 15 pre-installed extensions in the Quick Launch Pack and has nearly 50 modular settings. This three column layout is built on Bootstrap, responsive and will dynamically scale many of the module positions depending on the number of modules being published.

This template comes with a standard Joomla Quickstart installation package and an extra quick arch for the Akeeba Backup version for your convenience. It has been tested on all major browsers, contains all PSD files and a comprehensive help documentation. There are 10 preset color formats available: Peach, Orange, Red, Maroon, Purple, Blue, Crack, Green, Dark Green, Tan.

Support is available. please PM with your questions. You can also check the & # 39; Support & # 39; above for Frequently Asked Questions.


  • Responsive layout built with Bootstrap
  • Standard Quick Start Installation
  • Akeeba Backup Quickstart installation (optional)
  • Nearly 50 modular positions
  • 15 extensions installed
  • 10 colors
  • Responsive images and video shooter
  • @ font-face replacement
  • Custom style codes
  • Contact form component
  • Form / appointment form component
  • Google Maps plugin
  • Latest tweets module
  • Gallery pictures plugin
  • AddThis custom code module
  • Sources module to & # 39; any code & # 39; extract
  • AllVideos video embedded plugin
  • Contents tab module
  • Images scroller / crawler extension
  • Random quote module
  • Very simple picture rotator module
  • Hover images with rollover description module
  • PSD is included
  • Comprehensive documentation & how-to is



  • Droid Serif – Steve Matteson of Ascender Corp
  • Arial – system standard font


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  • See help documentation


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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