Volt is a free and open source Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard featuring over 100 components, 11 example pages and 3 plugins with Vanilla JS.
Volt is built using the latest version of Bootstrap 5 and because jQuery is no longer required as a dependency, Volt has been built using only Vanilla JS.
There are more than 100 free Bootstrap 5 components included some of them being buttons, alerts, modals, datepickers and so on. Check out the components on the official documentation.
11 Example Pages
Volt brings 11 example pages including an overview, sign in, sign up, transactions page and many more.
3 Lightweight Plugins
There are 3 lightweight and Vanilla JS plugins that come with Volt, namely a date picker, notification and charts library.
Advanced development flow
By downloading you will get an advanced development workflow package including Sass files and a Gulp commands file that will let you build minified and un-minified project files with the ability to even add certain blocks of code based on your environment.
Volt is a thoroughly documented dashboard which covers everything from getting started to having all of the components and plugins well described. Check out our quick start guide.
Open source project
Volt is a free and open source project under the MIT License so if you appreciate this project you can give the public Github repository a star and spread the open source love ❤️.
Upgrade to Pro
There is also a pro version of Volt which has more than 800 components, 20 example pages and over 10 advanced plugins that can take your admin dashboard application to the next level. Check out Volt Pro Premium Bootstrap 5 Admin Dashboard.
10 Hand-crafted Example Pages
After downloading Volt - Bootstrap 5 Dashboard Template you will get 10 high-quality example pages to save you time writing boilerplate code and set up the user interface of your website or web application in no time.
Hover over any page below and if you click on one of them you will be able to live preview one of the example pages in your browser.
We believe that being transparent when it comes to the code base and the file structure can make you better understand how it is going to be like to actually work with Volt.
Below you can check out the folder structure of this template, and by hovering over each item you can also read an explanation of what the folder contains and what its role is.
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We believe that providing meaningful updates to our templates are important to keep up with the evolution of the dependencies, libraries, and the new design requirements that the modern day web industry requires.
Below you can see the timeline of changes for Volt since its initial launch 3 months ago.
- Updated to Bootstrap 5 Alpha 2
- Fixed notification messages layout for tablet devices
- Improved main container structure
- Fixed footer breaking when updating to Bootstrap Alpha 2
- Fix spacing and scrolling issue for the sign in, sign up pages
- Update the social register/login buttons to be an anchor tag instead of button
- Added a “back to homepage” link for the sign in and sign up pages
- Update modals close button based on the Bootstrap 5 Alpha 2 update
- Fix responsive issues regarding the modals
- Added link to all components in the sidebar
- Disable scroll for the main content part when the mobile navigation is open
- Initial release files
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Although we offer at least 6 months of support for premium templates, maybe one of the questions you have about Volt are answered below.
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