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Saral: Animated Parallax Muse Template

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Saral is a beautiful single page Adobe Muse template. It has a clean, bold and really eye-catching design. It has two layouts (light and dark). Colors are really comfortable for the eyes. Even the dark layout looks refreshing.

This is the only template with CSS3 transitions built-in. Adobe Muse currently does not allow creation of CSS3 transitions. So our team of skilled developers has jazzed it up with custom CSS3 rules for the unique transitions. But do not worry, that does not mean that it will make the site's editing somewhat harder. You do not have to write script & CSS rules. They are all written well inside the template. So you can still edit the website like any other Muse template.

Saral has independent web fonts. And very beautiful looking vector font icons. All icons are custom made specifically for the theme. Adobe Illustrators vector files are also delivered with the theme.

Saral also has a fully functional blog layout with facebook comments and twitter widget integration. Also a layout for video blog.

Highlights:

  • Desktop, Mobile & Tablet
  • Dark & ​​Light Color Layouts
  • CSS3 Transitions & Animations
  • 1170px Wide Grid System
  • Extensive documentation with step-by-step instructions for the file
  • Muse Sep. 2014 version
  • Custom font icons
  • Light Box
  • Google Maps
  • Facebook Comments and Twitter Integration
  • Parallax Scrolling
  • Full width heading

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All the images used are for preview purposes only. They are not included in this theme. Please do not use these images without permission from the Author.

Pictures Greetings

A big thank you to Alexey Zakhorav for giving us these great pictures!

Author: Alexey Zakhorav

Image source: https://www.behance.net/seccovan

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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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