A basic description of the uses of a website template, as well as a summary of the differences between a website template, a turnkey website, and a CMS template.
A breakdown of the different file types you will encounter within the contents of a website template accompanied by a list of software solutions.
A summary of the basic services and software that will be required to take your template public.
View the process of extracting the zip file package of your template that you downloaded.
This section provides several examples from the many WYSIWYG (What You See is What You Get) HTML editing solutions available including:
This section provides two methods of changing the text that is a part of a graphic within a template. These methods include using Adobe Photoshop to edit the PSD file and using any alternative graphics editor to place text onto the â€śblank versionâ€ť graphics.
The section explains how to edit the text and links that are embedded in a Flash Template using nothing more than a TXT editor, and without using the Adobe Flash software.
If you require more pages than are included in the template download, follow these instructions for several simple methods of creating additional pages for your website's content.
A basic refresher as to where to locate the PSD source file in your template pack and how to open it, which is the first step required before moving ahead.Changing Photos That Are Part of the Template Layout
Sometimes the photos in a template are integrated into the graphical design of that template and cannot be removed using a HTML editor. This tutorial will illustrate how to replace or remove photos when they are integrated as part of the design.
A tutorial to aide in changing the color of any or all graphical portions of your template.
This tutorial provides instructions on using guidelines of a template to create new slices.
Most templates are provided with full slice lines. This tutorial provides instructions on editing the slices or creating new slices, as well as saving the slices as web-ready images for use in your template.
This tutorial provides some good naming conventions to follow when saving your slices after you have completed your work in Photohsop.
Reduce the file size and loading time of your template on the web with the information provided in this lesson.
Simple instructions for centering a web template design when it is positioned to the left side of the page.
How to add a background image to fill in the white space behind a template.
The first step to begin customizing your flash template is to open the flash source file.
This tutorial will provide instructions on how to change the text and links in the â€śFlash Templatesâ€ť without using the Flash program.How to Change the Text in a Flash Template Using Adobe Flash
Instructions on using the FLA source file to replace the text within a Flash Template or Full Flash Site
This tutorial provides instructions to change the language of a flash template or full flash site to include non English characters.
This tutorial provides details on adding or removing links in a flash template, including how to add pop-up windows for txt file and non txt file enabled versions of templates.
This tutorial will show you how to make additional buttons for your Flash template that will keep the characteristics of the existing buttons yet will display different words and have a different URL link.
This tutorial provides instructions on removing or changing both the background music and sound effects present in a Flash Template or Full Flash Site.
This tutorial will provide you with instructions on adding additional pages to a website template that is built entirely in Flash.
I saved the PSD file for the web, and the new images are not appearing in the template
I edited my flash source files and the changes do not show in the template.
I made changes to my template in flash and now text does not appear in the flash portion of my template.
When I try to open the source files I receive an error message and the files will not open.
I opened the HTML file and it does not show any images or all of the images are broken.
This tutorial provides instruction on changing the text for any type of print product, whether it be a print menu, print brochure, print flyer, corporate ID or the like.
Instructions for swapping out or removing the photos and images in a print product.
Tips on setting print margins and adjusting printer settings to set the size and print out your print ready products.
After editing the text on the PSD files on a product box or ebook cover follow these instructions to reassemble the box or book shape of the product.
Animated banner packs are provided with source files for Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator as well as individual blank .gif or .jpg cells. This tutorial illustrates how to add text using eithe rPhotoshop, Illustrator or the graphics software of your choice.
The 3D badges are everywhere! Yes, it is the latest trend on those Web 2.0 web designs. These are the star-shaped labels that you see stuck on web pages, alerting you to something important.
Another common convention of web 2.0 website design is the corner text message strip. It gets out a message like the 3D glossy badge, however the message strip is a more subtle way of doing so.
This tutorial will show you the details on designing a trendy and glossy top navigation tabs for your own web templates and website designs.
The Adding a web 2.0 style logo added into your website template is a brilliant idea! Here, in this tutorial you will learn how to make a juicy web 2.0 style logo. Creating this logo does not require any filters or effects, it's all about simple!