Saturday, March 22, 2008

Free CSS Template 018

free css template
For the last month and a half I have been very bussy with my other projects so I didn't have any spare time to design free templates until today.

So today I have built one very simple but nice template. It is two column template with sidebar on the left. There is a vertical navigation bar in the left column and content is in the right column. It has neutral "web 2.0 color scheme". It includes colors such as Shiny silver (#EEEEEE), Gmail blue (#C3D9FF), Mag.nolia (#F9F7ED) and Qoop Mint (#CDEB8B). These colors are known as neutral colors.

Template is SEO Friendly, easy to customize and can be use for various projects. It can be used for a simple personal web site as well as a business web site.

This template is 100% XHTML 1.0 Strict and CSS valid.

This is an open source template and is released and distributed under Creative Commons 2.5 licence. You are free to use this template in any way you like. All I ask for is that you leave the web site design credit links in the footer of this template intact. Thank you for downloading.

Download free CSS template here.

4 comments:

Adrian McCluskey said...

Thank you for the templates. I will put them to use.
all the best to you
Adrian
http://www.bestsuccessathome.com

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