Here is a nice new template that uses JQuery and has a simple layout, yet a colorful, attractive look to it. It utilizes an awesome JQuery effect when you scroll down. This template can easily accommodate a lot of information. This free HTML/CSS template is very responsive and looks great on any device, including the smallest mobile phones. You can test it for mobile-friendliness by opening the template demo, then copy-and-paste that URL into the browser at this site- MobileTest.me.
This first image is a picture of the top of the page, and the next image is a picture of the bottom of the page. It almost looks like two different pages. And that’s the point! Take a closer look here. It has some nice effects when you scroll down, as it reveals the next colorful part of the page, and then the next. It has a very modern look too. When I say colorful, don’t let that scare you. These colors are very soft on the eyes, yet very nice and just pleasant.
I just love this newspaper template. It’s really fast when it loads, and it doesn’t have a lot of code. It is also fluid, or liquid, which means it looks good at a lot of different sizes. So, if someone has a huge monitor screen, or a very tiny one, it will look great, and still look like a newspaper. It works on all browsers, even iphone, Blackberry, and ipad. I’ve used it on websites, and even for a personal gift. (I made a birthday newpaper for a dear friend.) Take a look. Continue reading
Here is a super-fast template you can use. This template is old-school. It just doesn’t get any faster. Even a Windows 95 computer can open this page in about one second. It is fluid, or liquid, meaning it can adjust to any screen size. It is compatible with all browsers including iPhone and iPod Touch. There is not a lot of code, so it loads as fast as anything you’ve ever seen. And yet, it has a nice sleek look to it. I highly recommend this one for your next project. Continue reading
I often use this kind of web template for a sales page or landing page. It looks like a blank piece of paper. As you add more content, it stretches and gets longer to accommodate it. It loads super fast because there is not much to it. And it looks great. It’s completely free. All we ask is you leave our link in the footer. Continue reading
I recently spent some time looking for some free web templates. I went to a few government sites, and every one of them had a little disclaimer at the bottom of the page, stating all content could be used for any purpose and is considered public domain. And you can do the same thing too- just visit any US government website. If you like the way it looks, download it onto your computer. (Save as web page complete.) You are allowed to use it. Even the content on any official US government website is all in the public domain Continue reading
It seems a lot of webmasters don’t like to use tables. They think it’s old-fashioned. But to me, it’s simple, and every browser these days reads them properly. One of the top websites in the world uses simple HTML tables (DrudgeReport), and it hasn’t affected his popularity. Besides, isn’t simple better than complicated? Anyway, whether you use it or not, it sure is easy! And did I mention this template loads super fast? Continue reading
I have been slamming the web with WordPress blogs, using free WordPress themes. I simply love them. After a lot (and I mean a lot) of trial and error, I settled on these free themes for my blogs. I didn’t just slap together a list- all of these free WordPress Themes are actually being used on my websites (including this one). So I can honestly say these are absolutely the best premium quality free WordPress themes out there, in my opinion.
I’ll show you all of them, but not necessarily in order of best to last. Every demo that you click on will lead to an actual website made with a free WordPress theme. I wanted to make a list of ten best, so I’ll add more later, but so far I only have seven themes that really qualify as premium quality, free WordPress themes. Continue reading