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Website templates

Responsive and clean ready-made templates for any kind of business. Choose one and control
the look and feel of your website.
Health & Care


Over 80 customizable templates best for artists, photographers, designers, realtors, small businesses and others.

Saved blocks


Ready-made layouts including CTA buttons, form, testimonial, FAQ, slider, footer, eCommerce and about us blocks. 

Free images


Free stock images with Unsplash. Can be used for any purposes: personal, commercial, promotional, editorial or endorsement.

Curated icons


Royalty-free icons by Noun Project. Free for commercial use, no attribution required, copy-right free.


If you're new to Ucraft, this guide answers common questions on how to get started.
How do I choose a template on Ucraft?

It’s beyond easy! To choose a website template: 

  1. Sign up or just click Get Started
  2. Go to the Templates page. 
  3. Hover over the template that you would like to use. 
  4. Click Preview to view a template or click Select to start editing.
How much does a Ucraft template cost?

All Ucraft templates are free to use while you may find that some templates come with premium features. 
Check out the following collections for more insight: 

Free Website Templates - comes with basic elements. 
Premium Templates - includes all the advanced features and 20+ integrations. 

Note that you can sign up for a 14-day trial and explore Ucraft without commitment. Only pay if you like it.

Can I change my ready-made design?

No doubts! You can edit your website template at any time: change the design and adapt to your business needs. 
Before you get started, note that changing or resetting your current template is available only on our Free Website plan.

To do so: 

  1. Go to Templates App on your Dashboard
  2. Hover over your template and click Switch or Reset
  3. Click a template you like, then click Preview or Switch button to install it. 
  4. Decide if you want to replace your current website's content with the template's content you have just selected, then confirm your actions. 

With Ucraft Template app, you can edit the typography, layout or just styling of your site with a few clicks. You can always reset your template and start building your site all over again. For more details, visit the Templates App guide.

Do you have templates for online stores?

Yes, we do! Choose from 70 and more premium templates, customize them to fit your business. Next, follow the on-screen instructions to set up your eCommerce website. 
The process is pretty easy but laying the groundwork takes preparation and planning. Watch this video to ensure you’re ready to create an online store.

Is Ucraft good for blogging?

Sure, it is. If your primary goal is to run a professional blog or series of how to’s, use a template with an existing Articles element. 
Example of this include: 

  1. Booksisland
  2. Clart 
  3. FashionLab

For a full list, check out our blog templates collection.

Can I use templates that aren't designed specifically for my business?

Sure you can! All Ucraft pre-made designs are fully customizable. This allows you to easily transform and personalize a template to match your brand. And if you’re having difficulties, our Customer Support team is always by your side. Just drop us a line and we will be happy to point you in the right direction.

Are Ucraft templates adaptive and mobile-friendly?

Absolutely! All Ucraft templates are out of the box mobile friendly, so your website will automatically adapt to different screen sizes and device types: from desktops to tablets and smartphones. With an easy-to-use drag and drop website builder and responsive templates, you can use Ucraft to quickly launch your website and scale your business.

Can I add custom plugins to my website?

Easy! Ucraft offers a bunch of third party plugins that can greatly expand the functionality of your site. In case a certain feature isn't available on Ucraft, you can use Code Injection or the Custom HTML element. Adding custom codes involves embedding HTML, JS or CSS codes provided by a third-party service. 
For more info check this article on adding code to websites created with Ucraft.