A simple journal skin to give you & me something to test the new journal feature You have to be subscribed to use journal css!
It has two columns, news-paper-style. The right one is set to 38% of the journal width, so if you just put some links in there it might look odd. But if you've got some text and maybe some thumbs or stamps it should look great! Don't hesitate to test stuff and see what works for you -- just show me, pretty please? What you can do with this skin:
DO NOT FORGET TO CLOSE TAGS
- Titles: to use the titles, type <div class="title"> or if you want them not as big, use "t2" instead of "title"
- Columns: the classes for the columns are called "right" and "left", both are already set up in the header - if you just write your journal you'll be writing into the left column! You can write stuff that stretches over both columns in the FOOTER or you'll have to close the div earlier (atm it closes at the very beginning of the footer, cut and paste to where you need it, but don't just delete it!)
- Credit: I just saw that the new system automatically adds credit below the journal when you use it, so feel free to use the <div class="credit"> for anything you like, maybe a disclaimer or links or...
- the rest is just "normal" HTML: ordered lists (ol-tags), unordered lists (ul-tags), bold (b-tags) and a blockquote (blockquote-tag)
If you aren't sure what to do with all those tags, then just go into the header and footer sections and swap the text that is there for something you want to have or delete the parts you don't need. If you "screw up" you can always reinstall If you need HELP - try my tutorials here!
Textures from ~lebstock