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Payonline – Online Payroll and HR Software PSD Template

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Payonline is a perfect template for online payroll and HR software solutions. It has perfect layout to display all your major services and show your skills.

Payonline has HR solutions to fit the needs of any size business. From do-it-yourself payroll to human capital management, Payonline has exactly what you need to take your business where it needs to go.

Payonline template has many different Mobile, Mac, Web elements / section, They are all editable, you can easily change all of them to fit your needs.

features

  • Includes 6 Home pages
  • Includes 27 Inner Pages
  • 1 Page and 6 Dropdown Menus
  • Bootstrap Grid 1170px
  • Used Free Icon
  • Google Font Used
  • Well Organized and Grouped Layers
  • Easy Editable
  • Fully Layered PSD
  • Easy to Apply Your Brand Color
  • Unique & Modern Design
  • Fully customizable & Easy to modify
  • Free quick support

How to edit PSD Template

In order to edit the PSD file, you need to have Adobe Photoshop CS5 or CS6 version installed on your system and the fonts mentioned in the credits. After open file in Photoshop you can see on the right layer manager. We have already organized the layers and grouped into folders.

Select the layer from layer panel, which you want to edit or make changes and perform the required editing. That's all! Enjoy with Template.

What do you get?

  • 33 PSD Files
  • Documentation

Fonts

Covered By Your Greace
Nunito

Icons

FontAwesome
Thenounproject

Images & Other Sources

shutterstock
pixabay

Note:

De billeder som alle medier / elementer og de stationære mockups, der vises eller er brugt i skabelonen, er ikke inkluderet i hovedindlæserfilen, de er kun for den forhåndsføringsformål.

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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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