It’s Halloween time. Spooktacular Savings! Grab a treat of a 40% discount on all premium Joomla templates and extensions for your website.
Our collection brings premium Joomla templates from many categories, including business, portfolio, events, eCommerce, classified ads.
It also includes WCAG & ADA Joomla templates, as the perfect solution to launch an accessible website.
IKS - classifieds software with website template like OLX $122,4 $204
MyOffers - classified advertising website template like OfferUp.com, incl. GDPR compliance $122,4 $204
JM Education - school Joomla template with WCAG & ADA compliance $84,6 $141
All Joomla templates bundle $179,4 $299
You should know that by purchasing Joomla templates you get them along with Joomla extensions used (the templates price includes extensions), but you can also buy Joomla extensions separately.
Each template price includes all used extensions downloadable as separate files and demo copy that you may install in a minute and quickly and easily launch your website!
The Halloween sale will run all through from 26th October 2020 to 3rd November 2020. Just use the coupon code: SPOOKY2020 during checkout to avail the discount.
Joomla templates you get along with Joomla extensions used (the templates price includes extensions) but if you want, you can also buy Joomla extensions separately.
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