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Free Joomla Template "JSN Boot" by JoomlaShine

joomlashine-logoJoomlashine is one of the top Joomla Template providers providing free and paid templates for Joomla Websites. Their templates are known for being easy to install, configure and use, and the quality of the support is equally excellent. On of the best features of their Joomla templates is how flexible they are, and how a single template can be used for many different types of Joomla sites. When you purchase a Joomla template (or even use a free one), you also will get excellent documentation that includes both written and video instructions as well as a support forum! Looking to see a JSN template in action on a live website? Check out Next Vision Solutions -- They're using JSN Gruve Pro and it looks really good! Also worth mentioning is Robert Seifert's personal site (german language site for Olympic ice skater). Done with JSN Tendo, this is a really fine example of what your personal site could be using Joomla!

Joomlashine also creates wonderful Joomla! extensions including JSN ImageShowJSN PowerAdmin, and JSN Uniform. Their extensions come in both a Free and paid version, and as expected, have wonderful documentation and a support forum. JSN Admin, in paticular received special attention on the OSTraining blog in a recent write up.

Joomlashine JSN Boot

jsn-boot-previewJoomlashine's JSN Boot is a 100% free responsive Joomla template based on Twitter Bootstrap that is extremely versatile and flexible to all your website building needs! It offers you all the same features of a professional Paid Joomlashine template, leaving you wanting for nothing.

JSN Boot is the first Joomlashine template that is offered in a free version only, so take the free template for a test drive, then download it and add it to your template toolbox!

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