»Feeling Responsive« is a free flexible theme for Jekyll built on Foundation framework. You can use it for your company site, as a portfolio or as a blog.
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Latest commit 6d33ecd Dec 4, 2016 @Phlow committed on GitHub Merge pull request #122 from jhabdas/gh-pages
Add optional global nav class-driven font iconography

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A Responsive Jekyll Theme: Feeling Responsive

Do you want to get to know Feeling Responsive? Than check it out first and have a look on its home at http://phlow.github.io/feeling-responsive/.

To get to know Feeling Responsive check out all the features explained in the documentation.

And what license is Feeling Responsive released under? This one.

Why use this theme?

Feeling Responsive is heavily customizable.

  1. Language-Support :)
  2. Optimized for speed and it's responsive.
  3. Built on Foundation Framework.
  4. Six different Headers.
  5. Customizable navigation, footer,...

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Feeling Responsive is in active development. Thank you to everyone who contributed, especially Róbert Papp, Alexandra von Criegern and Juan Jose Amor Iglesias.

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