Bootville Theme Released

Bootville a feature packed, light weight, fully responsive theme built with Underscores and Bootstrap 3 framework. Bootville comes with many useful features such as a drag and drop homepage template, filterable portfolio built with ISOtope, integrated Font-Awesome and much more!

Bootville comes with lots of options to help you configure your site the way you want.

Options – Short list

  • Left or Right sidebar layouts
  • Typography options with over 200 Google fonts
  • Fully equipped for the free CTP Bootstrap Carousel plugin
  • Drag and Drop homepage template with button, header, footer options and Jumbotron
  • Font Awesome social icons in header and/or footer
  • Menus in header and footer

And much much more! Visit the Bootville theme page for a full list of features, screenshots and a Demo! OR

Buy Now! $12

Bootville lite users receive a 20% discount!

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4 thoughts on “Bootville Theme Released

    1. Zeaks

      No its not. All bootstrap elements are part of the framework. You can see them all here http://getbootstrap.com/components/
      There is a recommended Short code plugin listed on the bootville page under appearance that makes it easy to use them.
      The premium version of bootville simply adds many more options to them theme such as different sidebar layouts, portfolio using custom.post types, homepage template, color scheme options, font options etc etc

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