Oct 12, 2018

Hawkeye – Security Services HTML Template

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Hawkeye – Security Services HTML Template


Hawkeye is a modern, responsive HTML template suitable for security services, CCTV, such as house and home security, commercial security, private life-support services and many others. This template has a very professional look and should serve as a good tool to represent your business. The template is not only high quality on the outside, but is also very well organized on the inside.

Key Features Overview

  • 10 HTML5 valid pages (CSS3)
  • Revolution Slider Save $ 16
  • HTML5 Valid Pages (CSS3)
  • W3C Valid HTML code
  • Purchasing pages included
  • Technical safety investigations
  • CCTV System Network
  • Mobile Patrol Management
  • Security Guard & Bodyguard
  • access control
  • Intro section
  • Multipage / Onepage
  • CCTV cameras
  • Shop Pages
  • Working Form
  • Background Parallax Section
  • Super clear and clean layout
  • Multipurpose HTML template
  • Fully Corresponding Template
  • Designed with Responsiveness in Mind
  • Nice JQuery Files: Responsive Slider, Preloader, Menu …
  • Google Web Fonts
  • Compatible with large modern browsers
  • Easy to use and easy to customize
  • 100% Support
  • All files are well commented and organized
  • Page templates (Blog, Homepage, Contact Us, etc.)
  • Parallax Section
  • Active and Hover settings
  • Bootstrap Components Compatible
  • All files are well commented and organized


  • Fonts: Google Webfonts
  • Pictures: Photodune
  • Pictures: Shutterstock
  • Icons: Flaticon
  • Icons: Fontawesome
  • Pictures: Unsplash
  • bootstrap


Note that images used in live preview are not included in the package. If you have questions, feel free to send email via my user page contact form here. Thank you!


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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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