Tag archive: templates

New free website template: Variant Fashion

I have just uploaded a new free XHTML/CSS template, this time a somewhat different kind of design called Variant Fashion. It is not as simple as you may be used to, but it should still be easy to get familiar with. The primary difference compared to previous designs is that Variant Fashion includes a number…

Two new templates: Variant Rounded and Variant Portal

Saturday passed and it is now two hours into Sunday, so this post is a bit late. But the news will hopefully be interesting to you anyway! I have uploaded two new free website templates, called [Variant Rounded->http://andreasviklund.com/templates/variant-rounded/] and [Variant Portal->http://andreasviklund.com/templates/variant-portal/]. As I have in the past, I try to keep the designs simple and…

What would you like to see?

I am currently working on the last details on the next free template release, a fixed-width design that I originally built a few years ago but which I didn’t release at the time. Atleast not as a basic XHTML/CSS design. Two alternate versions I made of it was included in MODx CMS, but the original…

What a template is (and what it is not)

One of the most common questions I get is “Why is template (x) not working with CMS (y)?”. The answer is simple: The website templates contain no CMS-specific code so they will not work with any CMS by default. They contain no scripts, only pure XHTML and CSS code that make up a basic design…

The curse of a free website template designer

I had hoped that I would never need to make a story like this public, but since some misunderstandings appear to be more difficult than others to sort out, I will do it this time. I have been accused by a blog owner for stealing her content and re-publishing it on another blog. I won’t…

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