Roundfolio Video Tutorial – Free One Page Portfolio Template

Roundfolio Video Tutorial – Free One Page Portfolio Template

Since launching the Roundfolio One Page Portfolio Template last week, I’ve gotten several requests for a tutorial on how to edit the HTML. In response I’ve put together a quick video tutorial that runs through some of the structure to show you how easy Roundfolio can be updated and managed.

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Nathan Brown

Nathan Brown is a graphic designer who loves working with various media. He combines traditional art styles with a little experimentation and digital flare. Nathan's works have contained everything from ink and paint to leaves and a box of dirt. Everything is fare game when it comes to his approach to art. Nathan lives in Austin, Texas where he has been working as a designer for 10 years.


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  1. Thank You for this useful tutorial ..

  2. Lance Mitchel

    Really bro – thanks a lot! I know for many -experience- folks out there this is pretty easy stuff – but for people just starting out – a free template and quick reference to personalizing it – goes along way. Thanks again and happy Holidays! PS – and seriously – good job on the video, as it rivals those I watch on

  3. Amy

    Hi I was wondering, once you have clicked on the gallery thumbnail can you enable more than one image per thumbnail to be shown when you scroll through the pop up viewer?

  4. Tracy


    I really need someone to help me set up the contact form so that people can email me.


    • Hi Tracy, The template only includes HTML. In order to setup the contact form you’ll need to plugin some PHP, or whatever code your server has available. There are many tutorials available to help you. Try a quick Google search to see what’s available.

      • Tracy

        Ok thanks Nathan…I appreciate that!

      • Thanks again, Nathan!

  5. Michael

    Hey Nathan,
    I’m loving your roundfolio website template, but I’m having a problem with the gallery. I find that I can’t switch out the full image for one of my own for some reason. It still defaults back to the old ones. Also, I don’t know if this is something you could answer, but in the footer, the twitter feed portion, is it possible to actually link my twitter feed there?


    • Hey Michael, I’m not sure why the images would revert back to the old ones. Have you tried deleting them all and replacing them with your own? If it’s on a server, you may want to delete your browser cache.

      On the Twitter feed, yes, you can link your twitter account there. There are several coding tutorials on the web to show you how. Try a quick search on Google for an endless list of resources.

  6. James

    I was curious what code I should use to sync the social media and have it come out in that format like at the bottom

  7. Andrea

    Hi, I have the same question that Amy did above. Is there a way to show more than one full image for a thumbnail?

    I would also love to add a small caption under the full images. Is there a way to do this?


  8. Hi,

    I first wanted to Thank you and the team that has made this beautiful template.

    I wanted to know how to get the email to function. Do I need to generate my own sendmail.php? I seem to be able to do everything else except to make the contact form to function.

    Please checkout my site I created using your template

    Thank you,
    Jo From Cojoco

  9. Thank You for this useful tutorial

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