Free Website Templates from the US Government Public Domain Web Templates 2011
I recently spent some time looking for some free web templates. I went to a few government sites, and every one of them had a little disclaimer at the bottom of the page, stating all content could be used for any purpose and is considered public domain.
Not only that, but there is actually a government web page proclaiming the fact at Usability.gov. Not only are the web templates free, but they actually tell you how to make a website! I never would have guessed it.
Well, I went through a long list of government websites and tried to save them on my computer as an HTML file. I had a slight problem with many of them because they were SHTML. I couldn’t figure out how to download the web template from those. And i had a little struggle with some of the ASP pages too. Fortunately, many of them are in PHP, HTM and HTML format.
I saved them all as HTM format, so they can be easily edited with any common free HTML editor.
Anyway, enough about my troubles. Here’s the list of free web templates from the US government. All of them are public domain, so no link back is necessary. However, if you feel like giving me a little credit for my hard work, you can give me a link somewhere on it.
There are 16 of them, and they are all worth looking at. I only saved the coolest templates. They will open in a new tab (or window).
Free stuff from the US government. Enjoy!
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