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cool web-copy of layout to a template
« on: November 17, 2006, 03:31:47 AM »
hi guys, i work at ie-intercambios, and we have a web site, so i tryed to copy the website layout to my hfs runing on a server that i access some times, and it is getting cool...

here is the sample of the company website

and here the hfs with the company website layout and button on the modded hfs template

look close the images and see that i edite the buttons and used the default template and apply the css of the original site
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Re: cool web-copy of layout to a template
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2006, 03:34:44 AM »
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Re: cool web-copy of layout to a template
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2006, 10:05:45 PM »
Better a good copy, than a bad invention!
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Re: cool web-copy of layout to a template
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2006, 10:43:58 PM »
i could not detect if this was ironic or sarcasm, or a sentence of words tha measn "good work", but i guess i should say..

...thanks?

by the way, this is a simple technic to copy the layout and adapt it to the hfs template, it was so simple, that everyone that want a new look template should do, following this idea, every good site can be used as base layout, just some patience and only a html editor and a image manipulation would do the job, but  good knolodge in css would be welcome to, to fix the part that hfs use to show the files....
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Re: cool web-copy of layout to a template
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2006, 01:59:28 PM »
i could not detect if this was ironic or sarcasm, or a sentence of words tha measn "good work", but i guess i should say..

...thanks?

by the way, this is a simple technic to copy the layout and adapt it to the hfs template, it was so simple, that everyone that want a new look template should do, following this idea, every good site can be used as base layout, just some patience and only a html editor and a image manipulation would do the job, but  good knolodge in css would be welcome to, to fix the part that hfs use to show the files....
It was meant as a compliment!
Copying is one way to express your appreciation to the author (as long as you give the credits to the original) and admitting your own shortcomings to do it better.

I completely agree with you that CSS and HTML should be used for building websites, separating style (CSS) and content (HTML). BTW, HFS already has this feature build in already with the [styles] section.

I was also playing around with CSS for some time but due to time constraints i never finished and implemented this for HFS. Still on my to-do list. But in the meantime i see you progressing on this and appreciate your efforts.

Good tutorials and links on CSS can be found on the W3C pages, here is an example: http://cssmate.com/csseditor.htm

Edit: You can of course view the css of any website you like or are interested in by searching the link to the css file in the HTML (open source) and open the *.css in your browser by editing the browser's command line.

Notepad++ is a nice editor for html, css and may more http://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net

Or if you like ebooks (sorry no direct link):  " "It's easy to find your wanted ebooks" "  and search (literally) and find them (the first entry) with google.  ;)
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Re: cool web-copy of layout to a template
« Reply #5 on: November 19, 2006, 02:08:16 AM »
Speaking of good web-copies, my new thunderchicken of glory template is loosely based off isohunt, except i coded it myself whilst referring to it, their code was insanely complex. (www.isohunt.com)