Click Install to use in your journal - you have to be subscried to use this feature! Rules of use are in my journal! If you're planning on doing anything other than just install the journal and use it you should read them!
I get rather angry if someone recolours my images or "adjusts" them in any way for their own purposes using a graphic programme (such as Photoshop, Gimp, Paint Shop Pro, MSPaint etc). Use this journal's images the way they are or create your own!
I'd love to hear from you if you use this Journal Skin Info:
This is really easy to use: the only thing you need to check once you've installed it is to go through the links at the top once and insert the right urls where currently there are # in the code. You can add more items at the top, but it looks really strange if there are too many. Please Note:
The small text at the bottom and top you can either just swap with something of your own or delete if you don't need it (delete including the div tags!).
The titles are created using the title div tags, you can see an example in the footer where the Feature headline is situated. This is also where the current features are.
Oh and the images are this wide to account for wide monitors - they will get cut in a way that doesn't affect the journal's looks when viewed on smaller monitors
the whole journal is very light, but the background is NOT pure white! The titles have white ornaments as their backgrounds with white lines at the bottom and the bottom div with the small text has a white line at it's top. If you cannot see those then you may want to calibrate your monitor
If you experience any problems with this CSS, please go read my CSS Tutorials
before asking me (this CSS was coded using the old code which is what my tutorials deal with). Live version
can be accessed here
It has been tested in IE, Firefox and Safari and it works in all browsers Stock
as well as my own.