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Custom CSS design (trialling)

, posted: 22-Jul-2006 01:54

Okay... I've been studying the Geekzone Blog HTML structure and its CSS corresponding selectors the whole night, and tweaked the design and properties over and over... Then finally got a sample CSS for use for my blog at this stage.

As I study more and understand the Geekzone Blog HTML structure, I will then be creating custom CSS for use on Geekzone Blog, anyone are welcome to use them. Looking forward to get some CSS template out. :-)





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Comment by juha, on 22-Jul-2006 09:53

Not bad! You've managed to shift the columns around as well.


Comment by freitasm, on 22-Jul-2006 10:20

Nice... Changing the lists side, and creating some boxes. Good one! I might have to hire you for my own Geekzone Blog soon!


Author's note by chiefie, on 22-Jul-2006 11:28

Haha.. Thanks Mauricio and Juha. It was not an easy task, trying to study a bit more about the blog HTML structure... I might have a few suggestion on how to make some minor changes to the structure of the blog HTML code, however I am not sure how big impact it will have on the CSS or those of us that use custom CSS. Also I would like to thank Juha for his inspiring custom CSS display too, that got me into this. (And also, a bit of studying on Juha's custom CSS too... LOL) There are more customisation to come still. Like adding more graphics etc. I supposed those images/graphics will have to find a place to put? Will external link be alright? Mauricio?


Comment by freitasm, on 22-Jul-2006 13:04

Yes, external links are ok...


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