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Nymphont.com Beta 1 by nymphont Nymphont.com Beta 1 by nymphont
Fully coded & working Blogger design with animated content slider using jQuery, smooth-scrolling back to top link, post summary with thumbnail script, custom twitter status, conditional widgets, static pages, customized post date scripting, social network icon links and more.

... The design for nymphont.com is still in progress, I am not sure where and how I will actually use this theme, but it is finished so I wanted to share it.

The colors... I must stop using these colors!

I would love love love your feedback on this, thanks!
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:iconthegoktor:
TheGoktor Featured By Owner May 1, 2013
I adore these colours.... don't stop!
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nymphont Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Radness, thank you! I am glad someone else shares my fondness for these colors! I am stuck on this palette :D <3
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cordially-yours Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012
So lucky I have trouble coding shit from photoshop to dreamweaver. It's beautiful blog.
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nymphont Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Me too. I code first, make graphics later. Backwards way I got used to doing things in the stone age when I WISHED for a program that I could MAKE a layout in and then code later.

Now notepad is still all she wrote for me. Theres no exuses. ;) Chin up, and thank you :)
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FanFreak Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2011
Really pretty!
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nymphont Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you so much :D
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Fleshgrinder Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I like the colors a lot, they are feminine and I think that fits. Interface arrangement is good in terms of usability, no experiments but that’s okay as it is because users will know where to go. Century Gothic (which I think is the font you’ve used) is a beautiful font, great choice.

But your serif font doesn't fit into the whole concept at all. You should use something smoother, something that fits Century Gothic. I think it’s no good choice to use Century Gothic (which is a geometric font) together with a serif font at all. I’d recommend the use of a humanist sans-serif font stack (e.g. font-family:Verdana,Tahoma,"Trebuchet MS","DejuVu Sans","Bitstream Vera Sans",sans-serif;).
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daenuprobst Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
eerrr.. did you mean:
<pre>font-family:"Trebuchet MS","DejuVu Sans","Bitstream Vera Sans", Tahoma, Verdana,sans-serif;</pre>
Does not make much sense to put Verdana in front, the others wont get hit 99.9% ;-)
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Fleshgrinder Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Sure, does really make no sense, but it was more an example of possible fonts which could fit and Verdana came first into my mind. ;)
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daenuprobst Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
yeah, I just thought I'd write it or else someone will try it and only get Verdana... all the way.. all the time, and to tell the truth I can't stand it anymore ;-)
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