Jollyany template by TemPlaza

Jollyany template by TemPlaza

​TGIF folks! Today, we would like to introduce you to yet another amazing looking multipurpose Joomla template available on the market, Jollyany template. It's created and developed by the lovely folks at TemPlaza

Jollyany is a multipurpose template that could fit in all sorts of purpose, whether it's a portfolio, business, blog, finance, or even agency site and so on. This template is powered by SP Builder Pro and runs on Astroid framework that comes with a powerful admin panel. Moreover, its packed with over 30 amazing homepage layouts built-in and many other goodies packaged within. 

Not to mention, Jollyany's design adapts perfectly with EasyBlog, EasySocial, EasyDiscuss and other popular Joomla extensions as well. 

​What's more, TemPlaza is offering a whopping 30% discount for Jollyany template up till May 15th, 2019. Do check out Jollyany template and grab a copy if it tickles your fancy. 😊

 

Comments (6)

i prefer cmsbold. Their solutions look way better. :)

I think exactly like Joy, I prefer cmsbold... For me, the actually are the best for creating Joomla templates with Stackideas integration... but it's my own feeling :-) But maybee some people will like Jollyany template, I wish them a lot of success :-) But Stackideas team created some nice templates too... Echo and Wanderers are my favourites...

What is very cool with Stackideas latest template (Charm) is that you can switch between LIGHT mode and DARK mode... The same feature is now available for Twitter and I read an article (in french) that explain the futur with dark mode (https://www.presse-citron.net/voici-comment-les-sites-web-pourraient-suivre-le-dark-mode-de-google-chrome/) but you can see others results in english here https://www.google.com/search?q=web+dark+mode

yeah with cmsbold i've chatted about darkmode. I think they will add this must function. Yeah stackideas did cool templates. But it would be cool, if they could take focus at the native app or other products.

Hope so, that sellacious would be also bought buy stackideas, like payplans.

Sellacious is one of the many ecommerce components that can not be used in Europe...
And not suited for professional use - professional vendors, mandatory terms, mandatory invoice details, etc.
Think global not local or small ...

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Having used pretty much all of the templates types out there, IMHO the biggest problem is that most template designers do not take a "mobile first" approach. They also don't show you full demo's how the template will work in the real world.
For example, in CMSBOLD Onelink template, how would you navigate EasySocial as there is no toolbar and no menu options?
Once you start to add the toolbar/menu and stuff, the clean design goes out the window.
But yes, CMSBold do make nice looking...

Having used pretty much all of the templates types out there, IMHO the biggest problem is that most template designers do not take a "mobile first" approach. They also don't show you full demo's how the template will work in the real world.
For example, in CMSBOLD Onelink template, how would you navigate EasySocial as there is no toolbar and no menu options?
Once you start to add the toolbar/menu and stuff, the clean design goes out the window.
But yes, CMSBold do make nice looking templates....but they are quite expensive for what you get.

On Jollyany, the header section on mobile is just too confusing.....too much going on. And so many menu's make support really hard.
(No problem, mr customer.....click on the menu...no, on the top menu....I mean the one on the right. No, that's the social media menu.....click on the one on the right that looks like the hamburger. No, I said on the right! thats the left etc)

It would be nice if developers could rather approach design from a mobile perspective and get that view 100% right first.

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