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Musa Creative Portfolio & Blog Template

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Description

Musa – Creative Portfolio & Blog HTML5 Bootstrap Template is a high quality Creative Portfolio & Blog Template with the unique style and clean code. You can use Musa for many purposes like creative portfolios from blogs and freelancers to video production and commercial stores. This template builds with the world's most popular responsive front-end Framework Bootstrap 4.x, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and so many modern technologies. The template has been created and tested on all devices and browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and it works perfectly without any problems. The template has also commented on HTML CSS and JavaScript code for each section included in the template, so you can easily customize your templates to suit your needs.

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  • Based on Bootstrap 4.x
  • W3 Validate
  • 100% Responsive
  • Clean and commented code
  • 16 + Website templates
  • Masonry Portfolio Style
  • Unique & Grid Blog Style
  • Dynamic PHP Contact Form with Ajax included
  • HTML & CSS and JS files are included
  • Valid HTML5 / CSS3
  • Google Maps
  • Google Fonts
  • FontAwesome icon
  • Bi icons
  • 24/7 Awesome Support
  • Detailed documentation
  • And more…

Sources & Credits

Twitter Bootstrap: getbootstrap

Twitter jQuery: jquery /

Twitter Slick Slider: Slick Slider /

Photo Credits:Allfreephotos

Photo Credits:Freepik

Photo Credits:unsplash

Photo Credits:Nothingtochance

The images used in the demo area are for demonstration purposes only and are not included in the download file. We have included placeholder images for each instance.

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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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