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This was a quick design for a fictitious company, and has actually been used by a real company, with great success. It was meant to demonstrate horizontal list items, like for navigation, as well as multiple columns within a page.
Posted:2011-06-08, 1287 views
I built this one in about 2 hours, start to finish. The idea came after looking around at houses and plans on the interwebs, and checking out the plans of the structures. I know, I've taken my geekdom to a whole new level.
Posted:2011-11-05, 1400 views
Light and airy, FruitPunch is an XHTML and CSS compliant template. The inspiration was a display at a local farmers market. Just goes to show that inspiration can be anywhere!
Posted:2012-02-07, 1926 views
This is a super-clean template for a fictional law firm. This includes one main column, horizontal navigation, and three info boxes below the large picture up top.
Posted:2011-07-02, 1004 views
The inspiration for this fully W3C compliant "XHTML 1.1 strict" template was Pend Oreille county in eastern Washington State. The clean, uncluttered look of this design would make an appealing online presence for a business or even a blog.
Posted:2012-07-29, 818 views
This is a three column template, very basic, no graphics. All CSS for look and feel, so your site can move quickly when demand is high.
Posted:2011-06-18, 894 views
Super speedy, blue, and graphics free. This FortyPoundHead.com CSS template will have your site flying.
Posted:2011-05-20, 913 views
Just a little something I whipped up for a fictitious hosting company. Has spaces for price and package information, web 2.0 flavor (whatever that is!), and all the usual stuff.
Posted:2011-07-31, 1356 viewsDisplaying page 1 of 2 | Prev | Next