Over the past few years, we’ve seen the trend towards one-page or single page websites grow thanks to the introduction of HTML5 and jQuery, which make it easy to build stunning websites with nifty transitions and effects. Building a one page site can sometimes be more complex that a website with multiple pages because you only have a single page to get your message across or display your work/product. It is best to break the site up into sections, if you need to, and display them as the user scrolls the site – rather than fitting everything into the ‘fold’. This makes it easier to read, and also builds anticipation as the user scrolls.
We present you collection of 40 Best full responsive premium HTML5 One Page Website Templates in 2016. Take a look at free demos of HTML5 Templates for Single Page Websites. Enjoy!