Freebie: “Cardio” One Page Website Template

A clean and modern one page website template built with Bootstrap. The responsive HTML template has a gym related theme but can be easily fitted to any kind of content.

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Today we are very happy to share a clean and versatile one page website template with you.

Cardio is a clean and modern looking, responsive one page website template built with Bootstrap. It has a gym related theme but it can be easily adjusted to fit well with any kind of topic. The template comes with a smooth page navigation and some subtle transition effects. The design is very clean and spacious with a fresh color theme and solid typography.

Browser Support:
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  • Internet ExplorerSupported from version 10+
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About the website template

The responsive template is built with the help of the following resources:


Have a look at the whole template design:


Check out the live demo of the template: Cardio Live Preview


Download the template for free:

You can download the ZIP file here:

Use it freely but please don’t republish, redistribute or sell “as-is”.

We hope you enjoy this freebie and find it useful!

Check out the Behance project page where you will also find a link to download the PSD file!

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  1. Great template thanks very much.
    I may be just being thick here but how to I edit the .less files?
    When I inspect the website it says they are in a less folder in the css folder but nothing is there?
    Just need to make a few changes to the nav bar.
    Thanks very much

    • You have two options. First, you may want to convert LESS into usual CSS. There are several online tools to do so. For example, you can use this one: The second option is to learn LESS syntax. If you are planning to work a lot with website designs then you may consider learning CSS compilers such as LESS. Anyway good luck!

    • @Anu
      the problem I have is: locating the less files! I cant seam to find it in the CSS folder.