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Follow the steps below to setup your site template:

Downloading the Template

Once you have downloaded the zip file from Themeforest, unzip it using your standard zip software. When it has finished you should have a folder with the following files & directories inside.

Folder Content Sub-Folders
Documentation contains template's documentation. ----
Templates contains all 15 full niche templates for using.
  • corporate > (01 - 02 - 03 - 04) templates
  • creative > (01 - 02 - 03) templates
  • entertainment > (01 - 02 - 03) templates
  • specialty > (01 - 02) templates
  • wedding > (01 - 02 - 03) templates
Readme.txt contains instructions for using template. ----
Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template

  1. Connect to your website host, using some of many FTP clients, for example FileZilla.
  2. After opened the template folder you will need to upload any niche template you need, for example if you need to upload (corporate 01) template, just go to Templates > corporate > 01 > Default and upload all content within this folder or specific HTML files as per your need to your website server folder.

    Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template
  3. Also you can upload Templates > corporate > 01 > RTL folder content, which this is the RTL/Arabic version of any niche template you have.
  4. After you uploaded the template you want, you can start adding your content/images and and do what you need.

HTML Structure

This template using Bulma Framework which is a free CSS framework based on Flexbox. And the HTML structure is very simple and easy to customize. Here is the sample for your reference:


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en" class="no-js no-svg">
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta name="author" content="">
    <meta name="description" content="">
    <meta name="keywords" content="">
    <title>The Page Title</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/styles.css">
	<div id="site-wrap" class="site">

		<header id="header" class="site-header">
			<nav id="site-navigation" class="main-navigation left">...</nav>

            <div class="columns">
              <div class="column">
                First column
              <div class="column">
                Second column
              <div class="column">
                Third column

        <footer id="footer" class="site-footer">
    <script src="js/scripts.js"></script>


logo settings

The logo image can be found inside header container, so just upload you site logo image inside Templates > corporate > 01 > Default > assets > images > logo

Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template

                        <div id="header-logo" class="site-logo ">
		                  <div id="logo-inner" class="site-logo-inner">
		                    <a href="./index.html">
		                      <img alt="Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template" src="../assets/images/logo/logo.png"></a>
		                  <!-- #logo-inner -->
		                <!-- #header-logo -->


images & favicon

Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template


Joo template downloaded package does not contain images which are there in our online demo. We are using placeholder images instead of real images. You will see the image code as mentioned below. You can replace placeholder image url with your image url like ./assets/images/Image_URL.png


                        <img src="Image_URL" alt="image alt text">



To change the favicon images of your site, just replace all images inside ./assets/images/favicons folder with your site logo images.


                        <!-- favicon -->
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="57x57" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-57x57.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="60x60" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-60x60.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="72x72" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-72x72.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="76x76" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-76x76.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="114x114" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-114x114.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="120x120" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-120x120.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="144x144" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-144x144.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="152x152" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-152x152.png">
<link rel="apple-touch-icon" sizes="180x180" href="../assets/images/favicons/apple-touch-icon-180x180.png">
<link rel="icon" type="image/png" sizes="32x32" href="../assets/images/favicons/favicon-32x32.png">
<link rel="icon" type="image/png" sizes="16x16" href="../assets/images/favicons/favicon-16x16.png">
<link rel="shortcut icon" href="../assets/images/favicons/favicon.ico">


changing fonts

In order to use google fonts, you need to visit Google Fonts Library and follow the instructions on how to get a new font. After you have decided on the styles of the font that you want to load, google fonts will provide you with a code to copy as the first element in the head of your HTML document. The code would look similar to this:


                        <link href="|Oswald:400,500,700|Open+Sans:300,400&v=1556900997064" rel="stylesheet">


Go to assets > css > custom.css and edit this file with you new font like that:


                        body {
					      font-family: "Oswald", sans-serif;
					      font-weight: 400;


Note use this file to add or override any other styles. DON'T EDIT TEMPLATE CSS/SCSS FILES DIRECTLY, JUST USE THIS FILE.

header layouts

You can choose between a lot of headers layouts while creating your Pages. The list of various header layouts & its descriptions are provided below for your reference:

Note to change header layout, you just need to add header layout class to body classes without update any HTML markup, for example:


                        <body class="header-sticky hide-on-scroll header-menu-with-buttons menu-center">


Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template

Logo Center

                         <body class="header-logo-center"> 

Live Preview

Logo Left

                         <body class="header-logo-left"> 

Live Preview

Logo right

                         <body class="header-logo-right"> 

Live Preview

Logo & Menu Center

                         <body class="header-logo-center-menu-center"> 

Live Preview

Side Navigation

                         <body class="header-side-navigation side-left"> 

Live Preview

Hamburger Menu

                         <body class="header-hamburger-menu slide-right"> 

Live Preview

Sticky Navigation

                         <body class="header-sticky show-on-scroll"> 

Live Preview

Top Bar

                         <body class="header-logo-left header-topbar topbar-default"> 

Live Preview

See more layouts

header styles

You can choose between a lot of headers styles while creating your Pages. The list of various header styles & its descriptions are provided below for your reference:

Note to change header style, you just need to add header layout class to body classes without update any HTML markup, for example:


                        <body class="header-menu-with-icons menu-center header-transparent">


Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template

Header Transparent

                         <body class="header-transparent"> 

Live Preview

Header Background Color

                         <body class="header-background primary-color"> 

Live Preview

Header Center Overlay

                         <body class="header-center-overlay"> 

Live Preview

See more styles

content layouts

# Container

The .container class can be used in any context, but mostly as a direct child of either:

  • .navbar
  • .hero
  • .section
  • .footer

The containers width for each breakpoint is the result of: $device - (2 * $gap). The $gap variable has a default value of 32px but can be modified.

This is how the container will behave:

  • on $desktop it will have a maximum width of 960px.
  • on $widescreen it will have a maximum width of 1152px.
  • on $fullhd it will have a maximum width of 1344px.

The values 960, 1152 and 1344 have been chosen because they are divisible by both 12 and 16.


                        <div class="container">
                          <div class="notification">
                            This container is <strong>centered</strong> on desktop.


Fluid container

If you don't want to have a maximum width but want to keep the 32px margin on the left and right sides, add the is-fluid modifier:


                        <div class="container is-fluid">
                          <div class="notification">
                            This container is <strong>fluid</strong>: it will have a 32px gap on either side, on any
                            viewport size.


Breakpoint containers

With the two modifiers .is-widescreen and .is-fullhd, you can have a fullwidth container until those specific breakpoints.

# Level

The structure of a level is the following:

  • level: main container
    • level-left for the left side
    • level-right for the right side
      • level-item for each individual element

In a level-item, you can then insert almost anything you want: a title, a button, a text input, or just simple text. No matter what elements you put inside a Bulma level, they will always be vertically centered.


                        <!-- Main container -->
                        <nav class="level">
                          <!-- Left side -->
                          <div class="level-left">
                            <div class="level-item">
                              <p class="subtitle is-5">
                                <strong>123</strong> posts
                            <div class="level-item">
                              <div class="field has-addons">
                                <p class="control">
                                  <input class="input" type="text" placeholder="Find a post">
                                <p class="control">
                                  <button class="button">

                          <!-- Right side -->
                          <div class="level-right">
                            <p class="level-item"><strong>All</strong></p>
                            <p class="level-item"><a>Published</a></p>
                            <p class="level-item"><a>Drafts</a></p>
                            <p class="level-item"><a>Deleted</a></p>
                            <p class="level-item"><a class="button is-success">New</a></p>


# Section

Use sections as direct children of body.


                          <section class="section">
                            <div class="container">
                              <h1 class="title">Section</h1>
                              <h2 class="subtitle">
                                A simple container to divide your page into <strong>sections</strong>, like the one you are currently reading


You can use the modifiers is-medium and is-large to change the spacing.

# Columns

Building a columns layout with Bulma is very simple:

  1. Add a columns container
  2. Add as many column elements as you want

Each column will have an equal width, no matter the number of columns.

First column

Second column

Third column

Fourth column


                        <div class="columns">
                          <div class="column">
                            First column
                          <div class="column">
                            Second column
                          <div class="column">
                            Third column
                          <div class="column">
                            Fourth column


content elements

Joo template have 50+ Unique Elements Ready to use within your page easily for quickly start build you site.

Full List of Elements

See some of this elements using below:

# Quickview

Quickview title



                        <div id="quickviewDefault" class="quickview">
                          <div class="quickview-header">
                            <p class="title">Quickview title</p>
                            <span class="delete" data-dismiss="quickview"></span>

                          <div class="quickview-body">
                            <div class="quickview-block">

                          <div class="quickview-footer">


                        <button class="button is-primary" data-show="quickview" data-target="quickviewDefault">Show quickview</button>


# Google Maps

We use a free service Snazzy Maps which provide a Map Build tool with a free styles, then You can embed google map into your page like below:

                    <iframe src="" width="100%" height="500px" style="border:none;"></iframe>


build your map snazzy maps homepage

# Code Highlight


                        <!DOCTYPE html>
                        <html lang="en">
                            <title>The Page Title</title>
                            <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/styles.css">
                            <div class="columns">
                              <div class="column">
                                First column
                              <div class="column">
                                Second column
                              <div class="column">
                                Third column
                            <script src="js/scripts.js"></script>


You can Highlights inline code as well, not just code blocks like styles.css.

# Form Fields

The following form controls classes are supported:

  • .label
  • .input
  • .textarea
  • .select
  • .checkbox
  • .radio
  • .button
  • .help

Each of them should be wrapped in a .control container.
When combining several controls in a form, use the .field class as a container, to keep the spacing consistent.

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CSS styles

You can edit your site style easily with Gulp development system below, or you can override the styles using this file: assets > css > custom.css

Note use this file to add or override any other styles. DON'T EDIT TEMPLATE CSS/SCSS FILES DIRECTLY, JUST USE THIS FILE.

Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template

For example if you want to change template color, just do that:


 * ::::::::::: Custom Styles :::::::::::
 * Note: use this file to add or override any other styles.

.is-primary {
    color: #000;


Show pageloader on load, so to add pageloader for any page just do that:

  • add this html code between 'body' tag in your page:
                             <div class="pageloader is-active"><span class="title">Loading</span></div> 
  • add this class 'active-pageloader' to body tage like that:
                             <body class="active-pageloader">...</body> 

JavaScript scripts

You can edit your site scripts easily with Gulp development system below, or you can override the scripts using this file: assets > js > custom.js

Note use this file to add or override any other styles. DON'T EDIT TEMPLATE JS FILES DIRECTLY, JUST USE THIS FILE.

Joo - Niche Multi-Purpose HTML Template

Any script using with the template you will found it in assets > js > source > modules which you can see what are the options for using and then override it with custom.js file.

slider revolution

Revolution slider included for all templates, you can found it here: assets > js > source > modules > slider-revolution folder.

And below is the HTML structure for using it:


<!-- ******************* -->
        <!-- BEGIN SLIDER MARKUP -->
        <!-- ******************* -->
        <div class="rev_slider_wrapper">
            <!-- the ID here will be used in the JavaScript below to initialize the slider -->
            <div id="rev_slider_1" class="rev_slider" data-version="5.4.5" style="display:none">
                <!-- BEGIN SLIDES LIST -->
                    <!-- MINIMUM SLIDE STRUCTURE -->
                    <li data-transition="fade">
                        <!-- SLIDES MAIN BACKGROUND IMAGE -->
                        <img src="assets/images/notgeneric_bg3.jpg" alt="Sky" class="rev-slidebg">
                    <!-- MINIMUM SLIDE STRUCTURE -->
                    <li data-transition="fade">
                        <!-- SLIDES MAIN BACKGROUND IMAGE -->
                        <img src="assets/images/notgeneric_bg5.jpg" alt="Ocean" class="rev-slidebg">
                </ul><!-- END SLIDES LIST -->
            </div><!-- END SLIDER CONTAINER -->
        </div><!-- END SLIDER CONTAINER WRAPPER -->


Full Documentation

contact form

Ajax Contact Form

We use a free service BASIN which provide a Simple form backend for designers and developers, which you can collect submission data and track conversions with no backend coding required. check simple code below:

                    <form accept-charset="UTF-8" action="" enctype="multipart/form-data" method="POST">

                      <label for="email-address">Email Address</label>
                      <input type="email" id="email" name="email" required>

                      <textarea rows="4" cols="50" name="comment" required>

                      <button type="submit">Submit</button>


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gulp development

We use our JO Gulp Workflow system for develop this template, which is An organized front-end workflow for Jozoor Templates development using gulp.

You can found this workflow here: Templates > corporate > 01 > _source folder which have 2 folders:

  • _development for default LTR development
  • _development_RTL for RTL/Arabic development


  • Organized & splitting tasks files
  • Using gulp-load-plugins
  • Define tasks options & paths from one file
  • Using Yarn to get dependencies
  • Preview server with BrowserSync
  • Cleans up file directories
  • Plumber to handle gulp exceptions
  • Sourcemaps for sass & js
  • Sass compile with docs
  • Js modules & uglify
  • Nunjucks templates
  • Automagically inject css/js files
  • Prettify html files
  • Image optimization
  • Generate favicons
  • Concat css/js files
  • & more, take a look at the gulp plugins used in package.json

Gulp Tasks Structure

This is gulp folder structure:

  • config.js file : to define tasks options
  • paths.js file : to define all paths for tasks
  • base folder : contain base tasks
  • default folder : contain common tasks for development
  • build folder : contain build tasks for production
├── config.js
├── paths.js
└── tasks
    ├── base
    │   ├── clean.js
    │   ├── serve.js
    │   ├── vendor.js
    │   └── watch.js
    ├── build
    │   ├── css.js
    │   ├── fonts.js
    │   ├── html.js
    │   ├── images.js
    │   └── scripts.js
    └── default
        ├── fonts.js
        ├── images.js
        ├── nunjucks.js
        ├── sass.js
        └── scripts.js

Getting Started

npm install --global yarn
  • In terminal/command line, cd into your project directory
  • Clone this workflow
git clone .
  • Install front-end and Gulp dependencies
yarn install
  • After all done installing, you can run tasks
    • gulp to run default tasks for development
    • gulp build to build your project for production
    • gulp help to get a listing of available tasks

Available Tasks

Task Name Subtasks Description
clean clean:cache - clean:prod clean dest folders (dev & prod) & caches :: base/clean.js
vendor vendor:clean - vendor:bulma:sass - vendor:js - vendor:css - vendor:fonts dest all vendor dependencies to source folder :: base/vendor.js
fonts --- copy all fonts to dev folder :: default/fonts.js
sass sass:compile - sass:doc - sass:cssRebaseUrl compile sass files with docs & rebase css url :: default/sass.js
js js:copySrc uglify js files & copy source js files to dev folder :: default/scripts.js
images images:minify - images:favicons minify images & generate favicons :: default/images.js
nunjucks nunjucks:render - nunjucks:inject render nunjucks files & inject css/js files :: default/nunjucks.js
serve serve:prod start server & open browser for dev or prod mode :: base/serve.js
watch --- start gulp watch for tasks (bower - sass - nunjucks - js) :: base/watch.js
build --- main build task for prod mode
--- build:fonts copy fonts to prod folder :: build/fonts.js
--- build:css rebase url/remove unused selectors/strip comments/beautify/concat/minify :: build/css.js
--- build:js copy js files to prod folder :: build/scripts.js
--- build:images copy images to prod folder :: build/images.js
--- build:html copy & prettify html files and inject minified css/js files :: build/html.js

Folders Structure

  • build folder : contain dest folders dev for development & prod for production
  • gulp folder : contain all gulp tasks files
  • node_modules folder : contain all front-end and gulp dependencies
  • source folder : contain all source files
  • gulpfile.js file : define gulp tasks for default & build
  • package.json file : define front-end and gulp dependencies
  • other files for the repo.
├── build
│   ├── dev
│   │   ├── assets
│   │   └── index.html
│   └── dist
│       ├── assets
│       └── index.html
├── gulp
│   ├── config.js
│   ├── paths.js
│   └── tasks
│       ├── base
│       ├── build
│       └── default
├── node_modules
│   ├── # Frone-end and Gulp dependencies
├── source
│   ├── fonts
│   │   └── vendor
│   ├── images
│   │   └── logo.png
│   ├── js
│   │   ├── modules
│   │   └── vendor
│   ├── scss
│   │   ├── main.scss
│   │   ├── modules
│   │   ├── partials
│   │   └── vendor
│   └── templates
│       ├── includes
│       ├── index.nunjucks
│       ├── layouts
│       └── macros
│   ├──
├── gulpfile.js
├── package.json
└── yarn.lock

Configuration & Paths

  • From gulp/config.js you can define tasks & plugins options without change anything in task file, example :
// sass task options
    sass: {
        // main options
        options: {
            includePaths: [
            outputStyle: 'expanded'
            // more options
        // sass:doc options
        sassdocOptions: {
            dest: + '/_sassdoc',
            // for more options
  • From gulp/paths.js you can define all paths for tasks, example :
// base paths
var src    = './source/',
    dist   = './build/',
    dev    = 'dev/',
    prod   = 'dist/',
    assets = 'assets/';

// nunjucks files
        nunjucks: {
            config: src + 'templates/',
            src: src + 'templates/*.{html,nunjucks}',
            watch: src + 'templates/**/*.+(html|nunjucks)'

support center

Feel free to contact us and give us your feedback about the template, improvements you feel it needs and the documentation of the template. We've worked hard to create Joo and we'll work even harder to support and improve it.

support center

On behalf of Jozoor team thanks again for buying Joo Template.