Free Template Jedy – Bootstrap Landing Page

Updated on: Nov 29 2016 by Anli

Free Template Jedy - Bootstrap Landing Page

Today’s web design resource is another free Bootstrap template named Jedy, a beautiful landing page that you can use if you’re planning to launch a new product, mobile app or service.

Jedy comes with a responsive layout, modern minimal design, fullscreen backgrounds, CSS3 animations, Font Awesome icons, iPhone and computer mockups, etc.

Take a look below to find the full list of Jedy’s features, the live preview link and the download link. Enjoy!


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Free Template Jedy - Bootstrap Landing Page

Demo, Download and License


DOWNLOAD: Free Template Jedy - Bootstrap Landing Page (11666 downloads )


You can use this template in personal and commercial projects, but you can’t sell or distribute it directly, “as is”. If you plan to use it, a link to this page or any form of spreading the word will be much appreciated.

Want More?

If you like this template, I think you’ll also like the Marco template. It comes with more layouts, color schemes and features along with free support and free updates:

Marco: Bootstrap Multi-purpose Landing Page

Marco: Bootstrap Multi-purpose Landing Page

8 Comments So Far

  1. amanda says:

    I can’t seem to get this to upload correctly in word press. I get the “missing style.css shet” error. I have tried unzipping and rezipping different files but cannot get it to work! Help please.

  2. Chase says:

    Hello Anli,

    How do I locate where the main background image is so as to change and customize?

    Thank you!

  3. Chase says:

    Hello Anli,

    You are a rockstar! Figured it out right after the post, had to save to see the changes.

    Usually, I access the images from an online object storage. Do you have any recommendations on how to accomplish that neatly?

    And I will definitely be sure to reference you as source.

    Looking to purchase some of your Admin themes.

    Thank you!

  4. Ryan Craft says:

    This is great. Is there any way to disable the loading gif and load the page asynchronously if I don’t care about the fancy transitions? Google is telling me it’s loading too slowly and wants me to fix the JavaScript.

    Love your work. Thanks for providing it!

  5. Joseph says:

    I would like to know how set up a slider in the top section

    Thank you

  6. kimiko says:


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