The css is now online --> Get it here!
The css was originally created for %Photomanipulated, a group for photomanipulators and resource providers to share their work, their news, their contests and everything in between. In this group, members can not only submit art and journals to the gallery, but they can also submit blogs/journals directly to the group where the latest journal is positioned on the front page for all to see.
Members are welcome to submit anything photomanip/resource related to the gallery or journal system (with a few exceptions and restrictions that can be seen here - don't worry, it's just some rules to prevent abuse of the system).
If you have an article series and know you're going to be publishing more journals via the group than once in a blue moon, you're welcome to join us as a Contributor. This way you don't have to use the group journal submission page but can submit via sta.sh to (multiple) groups and their own personal journal simultaneously.
The css may look fancy, but it is easy to use! The only thing you need to change in the header section is the links in the navigation, so they reflect whatever you need! I ask you to leave the footer section alone, as it covers the credits for stock + css as well as having a set height so the fancy brooch at the bottom doesn't change its place. For the same reason, the moods are hidden in this css.
There are a few custom classes (the ones that are used as <div class="classnamehere">text</div>) as well as "the usual html" (like lists etc) that you can use:
- The "title" class makes the underlined headlines, as does the h1 tag
- The "t2" class makes the smaller ones (see below) as does the h2 tag
- The lighter background with round corners is done with the "roundcorners" class
- The blockquote tag will create a light line to the left which can also be used on a single line with bold text as a sort-of headline
- Lists are created having one ul or ol tag enclosing li tags for each bullet point
And this is how features will look like (thumbs and sta.sh images):