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Kali

Template#5
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Kylie

Template#5
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Hudson

Template #4

Which brings us to template#4, when things are getting a little bit more complicated, and a little bit more garish! This took me quite a bit of time to create. To begin with, creating boxes with rounded edges was fairly time-consuming.
I had to drop in a lot of background images, so it's a very fixed and static template. I have to write text to fill the spaces. That said, it's probably the nearest yet to a commercial-looking website, with plenty of links (most of which haven't been activated but that can easily be corrected). Not sure I've got the colour schemes correct, but those can be changed pretty easily. The key is to keep things fairly simple.
Guess I should get on with creating a website now, eh?

If you go to the 'View' command at the top of your screen, and scroll down to 'View Source', you can see the HTML coding for this page. To go to Template#5, click any of the link boxes on the right.The rest of this is dummy text. 'La la la', as my friend George might say... The rest of this is dummy text. The rest of this is dummy text.
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David Hudson 2006