May 27, 2019
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Okorner – Martial Arts Website Template

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Okorner is our new HTML templatecreated for sports industry, namely for martial arts, match club, MMA event, friendly match, a battle for scramble arts championship, or for training. This template is minimal but has everything needed to become a great website to represent your martial arts school.

The template fits perfectly Karate Schools (Judo / Taekwondo / Aikido / Boxing)and other sports and health related business.
Must be super easy to customize because the template for the template is very well formatted and commented.
Each user can evaluate the coach or judge the sports class he likes.

It comes with several options for such templates, e.g. Heading, title, footer, copyright and page menus. Have lots of widgets and card codes!

Okorner - Martial Arts HTML Template

template Features

  • 100+ predefined HTML pages
  • Different Headers, Footers etc.
  • Page (Left and Right) Menu
  • Mega Menu
  • Bootstrap 4 based
  • PSD files included
  • Fully Responsive
  • Animate everything you want
  • Parallax Sections
  • Toner with card codes
  • Extremely customizable
  • Fonts and icons
  • Work PHP scripts and widgets included:
    • Instagram Widget
    • Flickr Widget
    • MailChimp Registration Form
    • Twitter Widget
    • Contact form
    • Search
  • Clean and valid code
  • And much more

What you get

  • HTML, CSS, JS and PHP files
  • Work PHP scripts
  • Fully layered PSD files
  • Free icon tags
  • Good documentation

Credits and sources

We used Twitter Bootstrap v3 as CSS framework for this template.

Fonts:

Templates for templates

Pictures

NOTE: The images used in the template are not included in the main download file, they are only for the preview purpose.

Source

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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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