Fully Responsive Template for Your Next Project

October 24, 2016

Improved Responsive Hotel Template

This absolutely stunning template is what you need if you're currently working on a hotel related website. Of course, it can be also used for various other businesses due to its simplicity and great user impact. Supplied with a beautiful image slider, fully responsive layout, great navigation and content, it's a perfect starter template if you want to meet the latest design trends. 
The template has been designed with the latest versions of DMXzone Bootstrap 3, Elements, Navigation, HTML5 Slideshow 2 and DMXzone Google Maps 2 (currently on sale) and the same extensions are required in order to install it in Dreamweaver.


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Great template indeed

October 25, 2016 by Greta Garberini
There is one big question with these templates, though. How do you proceed if you need to integrate a logo? The navbar (which is a great tool) only suggests text in the left upper corner (Brand-Text). But if your client has a graphical logo which is almost ALWAYS the case you are in trouble. I have not seen one template with a logo in a reasonable size that can be integrated nicely. Is there any hint how to do this without ruining the height of the whole top navigation? I miss some essential tutorials here.

October 25, 2016 by Teodor Kuduschiev
Hello Greta, Of course you can use an image as an logo, you just need to make sure the size of the logo is not breaking the navigation style. This is how the Bootstrap 3 Framework is developed and our extensions are based on it. If you want to use bigger sized images, you need additional CSS knowledge in order to adjust the navbar/logo style.

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