ooh! I can't wait to see them. I think the layout I did for TaylorMade on blogger was the first one I had made by myself in years. lol. I used to be a rockin' coder but now I'm just more into the design of things. Coding gives me a headache.
For the Contact/Logo/Print/etc. how about having buttons or tabs to make the distinction a little easier for the site viewer. Additionally, the right-side hyperlinks may be too obtrusive to the body of the site. But then I suppose it would depend on your content if that would or wouldn't be the case. Either way, I might have looked at including them as buttons/tabs on the top where you have "contact/logo/print/" etc... Other than those two things it looks good &
Oh my, I haven't checked your updates in a while so I just spent the last 15 minutes looking at all your new pieces! For the record, I really liked them all and especially your web designs. I'm no webbie pro, but I know a good layout when I see one. Awesome work!
Thanks so much! I havent been able to view anyones updates for a while, so I understand. Thanks for taking the time to view mine. I am no webbie pro either, and matter of fact, when I began making templates, I think it was a bit premature as I see now there are many factors needed to be considered. Thanks again!
Thanks I tried to make this one sort of 'minimal,' hence the lack of other colors such as you suggest, because I have a tendency to add too many, so minimal is something I need to work on. And, as all of my templates are, this template has font & color editing available via the "Advanced" category of the new Blogger Template Designer, so the user can change the font colors and sizes as they wish. The template is just the simple example. And it does have one blockquote style, which is shown in this image an the actual demo as well.