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Hanbai is a modern HTML/CSS page designed to advertise web sites or domain names on sale. Setting up the site is super easy!
- Php based multi-language support
- Valid HTML5 Doctype
- @font-face custom font
- Minimalistic non-invasive header
- Latest tweet widget
- Crossbrowser compatible
- PSD source file for easy customization
- In-depth HTML Documentation
Hanbai comes with a simple but efficient system that allows you to show the website in any language you want.
The script automatically gets your language and try to use it; if the page has not been translated in that language, it falls back to the default one. This system uses only php files, no database is required. We have included four languages that are: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian. (note)
- PHP only is required. You don’t need to create any database.
- The script indentifies your browser’s language and automatically translates the page. How it works?
- Once the page is lauched, the script reads your browser’s language (let’s say you are using the Japanese version)
- If you have included the Japanese language pack in the folder, the script automatically sets it as primary language
- If the Japanese language pack is not included, by default English becomes the primary language (you can set your own just changing the short code inside the PHP file)
HTML documentation includes the following instructions:
- How to disable to slide effect on the header
- Setting up the default language
- Create a new language file
Font: Quicksand Book, Quicksand Bold, Tahoma
- Timeago plugin
- Function icons
- Farm-Fresh Web Icons
- Vector Social Media Icons
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding this theme.
(note) If you find any grammar errors within the pages, please notify us immediately, and we’ll correct them as soon as possible. Thanks : )
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