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The following tutorial shows how to change the text style in any HTML based template. The tutorial could be used for such template types as: Full Site, Full Package, any static template, static version of any animated template (flash or swish). The text styles are usually defined in the CSS files.

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This video tutorial will show you how to edit images in the HTML based template. Due to the common files structure this tutorial is valid for such template types as:…

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The following tutorial will show you how to change any text in the HTML based template. The tutorial is valid for such template types as …

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Our Support team is ready to present you a new tutorial that will become an indispensable guide in installing any HTML based template and make this process easy and effortless. One click on the button and the video will smoothly take you through this step by step.
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The following tutorial will show you how to edit the HTML menu titles. The tutorial is valid for such template types as Full Site (static version), Flash or Swish Animated (static version), Flash or Swish template (static version), CSS Template, Static Full Site, Full Package (static version), Dynamic Flash or Swish(static version), XML Flash (static version).…

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CSS Full Site Template

November 15 2010 | Category: CSS Templates

CSS Sample template

Template ID: 17926

A CSS Web Template is a website design created with the help of a Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) technology. Cascading style sheets provide web developers with an easy way to format and style the web pages. CSS will be used even more now because it is fully compatible with almost all the browsers. CSS templates do not contain table layouts; CSS technology allows you to organize pages with far more control than tables ever did. CSS brings us much closer to offer a pixel-accurate Web page layout.

It also admits separation of style from the content. When using CSS You can separate the elements that define how the page is styled from those that define the content. By marking-up the content in terms of a page structure (the heading, the navigation, and the footer elements) we can afterwards use a style sheet to define how those elements are styled and where on the page they are placed.

 

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