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CSS Template: Yakima

Posted On 2012-05-19 by dwirch
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Named for the beautiful Yakima valley in Washington state, this fully W3C compliant "XHTML 4.01 strict" template makes strong use of CSS to stylize basic and extended elements to provide a clean, attractive appearance for your website.

The template features horizontal navigation at the top, followed by a H1 heading element for the site title, with a space for an advertising banner at the right. The main content area, contained in the 960 pixel wide fixed width wrapper, creates easily readable, high contrast area for your blog or business.

Down below are some HTML element demonstrations, which are all easily styled by editing the CSS file.

Validation: XHTML 1.1 Strict
Columns: 1
Scheme: Dark text on a white background
Width: Fixed, 960px
Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict


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