Dark Minimalist Blogging HTML Template

Delas is a dark minimalist blog and portfolio HTML template. It is built for blogger, freelancer, writer, developer. This template is responsive, light-weight, superfast HTML template built with SCSS, Gulp, HTML, CSS, jQuery, and mail ready.

Ghost theme available

Awesome Features

  • Easy to customize
  • Well documentation
  • Clean and minimal
  • Creative design
  • Responsive and user-friendly
  • Super fast
  • Compatible with modern browsers
  • Google fonts
  • Ready for retina screens
  • W3 Validated
  • Amazing Portfolio Layouts

 

Pages

  • Homepage
  • Blog single page
  • Blog single page 2
  • 10+ Single pages
  • 404 pages
  • Search pages
  • Portfolio page
  • Portfolio page 2
  • Portfolio single page
  • About page
  • Author page
  • Author single page
  • Tag page
  • Tag single page

File Included

  • HTML files
  • CSS files
  • Image files
  • PHP files
  • SCSS files
  • Documentation files

Credit

  • SASS
  • Gulp
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Twig
  • Google fonts
  • Font Awesome icons
  • isotope
  • Unplash

Note: While images are not in the download package – but if you need the images and illustration please feel free to contact with us. All css and js are minified only for demo version. On downloadable version’s css and js are unminified. If you need minified css and js like demo, please contact with me

Note: This Template is not WordPress Theme, and can’t be installed in WordPress.

Note: I have used gulp and scss to build the theme. If you need gulp file, please message me. I will provide you the file

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