Free Theme Every Week from

Written by Kevin Liew on 23 Oct 2014
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Gridgum is a new marketplace that offers high quality premium responsive website themes and templates. Currently they have a wide range of WordPress and Bootstrap Themes available but the marketplace is open to any type and category of themes as long as they are responsive.

They are now going to be giving a Free theme to a random twitter follower every week! All you have to do is follow @gridgumThemes on twitter. A random twitter follower will then be contacted every week and they can choose any theme from their marketplace!

Some great themes currently on Gridgum:

Dashgum Bootstrap Dashboard Template

This is a fantastic Dashboard template that is exclusively available on Gridgum. It is the premium version of the highly downloaded free version and comes packed with features.


SinglePort OnePage Clean Portfolio Template

SinglePort is a fully responsive multi-purpose one page landing template. It is created with clean, minimalistic design and packed with features to work well with any type of project.


Polaroyd Bootstrap Theme

This is an elegant multipurpose for any type of business or creative company. It’s fully responsive and available for all screen sizes, from desktop and notebooks to smartphones and tablet. This theme has a unique menu style for those who are looking for something a bit more special.


Maxfront Bootstrap Theme

This is a beautiful Bootstrap theme with 29 HTML pages designed to fulfil all your needs. It is well crafted with an elegant & modern design. It uses smooth animations, transitions & more to make a really good experience.


Austin – Creative WordPress Theme

Austin is a clean and creative WordPress theme that is stylishly multi-purpose and fully responsive. This WordPress theme comes with many preconfigured pages and has unlimited possibilities to customize them in many different ways.


Follow @gridgumThemes on Twitter to be in with a chance to win a free theme every week!

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