Like all Jimdo templates, they are easy to use and customize with your favorite colors, images, and fonts. You can preview a new template by clicking on the Templates button in your Site Admin. Don’t like it? Don’t worry—you can switch your template at any time without losing any of your content.
With its subtle shadows, Amsterdam puts the focus on your main content area. The header allows for a nice display of your logo and title. Combined with the understated sidebar, this is a great template for your business website. — Markus Bertling
Lille gives you a lot of room to play with structure. The navigation menu is divided into two rows, with the logo and title sitting between the primary and secondary navigation. This makes it a good option for multilingual websites. I also think the soft, rounded edges make it a nice choice for cafe or restaurant websites. — Ingo Ellerbusch
Reykjavik is a beautiful template for creating a blog or a business website. The navigation and the logo are fixed in a bar on the left side, so your users will see this sidebar on every view and every page. It’s a great way to create a structured, easy-to-follow website. — Henrik Fricke
If you have a content-rich website with lots of subpages, check out Bordeaux. Online stores with lots of subcategories can present their items and keep a good overview at the same time. — Markus Bertling
With Paris, the navigation is fixed in the top left corner, with huge spaces for a background image and logo. Its clean edges make it perfect for creating a modern-looking web presence. For example, a business website in simple black and white with an architectural background image could look great with this template. — Henrik Fricke