Some cool cascading style sheets images:
Image by dailyinvention
I've put the finishing touches (or the not-quite-so final finishing touches) on my blog. Check it out! There is a way with CSS! Now I just need to get everything XHTML compliant.
Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
PhotoBiz has launched two new website designs Bordeaux is a new Flash design, and Bourbon Street is a new HTML design for the Store and Blog Sites. Plus customers can now take full advantage of the Image Clipboard in the portfolio Flash and HTML websites, as well as Client Proofing.
Bordeaux is a refinement of one of our most popular templates, Marseille. It features a sophisticated carousel transition combined with a gradient background and sleek mirror at the bottom of each image. Up to five images are displayed on the home page, with the center image showcased as it swings into place.
Gallery pages in Bordeaux offer a very sleek layout. Arrows are displayed at all times to the left and right of images for easy navigation. There is also a pause and reload button, as well as an image counter. Combined with all of the amazing features and technology PhotoBiz provides with our website designs, Bordeaux is fully customizable to match any photographers unique branding and style.
Thank you to Richard Esposito for sharing his images for the sample of the Bordeaux template.
We are proud to provide such amazing new designs and look forward to developing more, said Lauren Marx, Chief Operating Officer.
The PhotoBiz team is also excited to release Bourbon Street, a new design for the Store and Blog Sites. The unified appearance in the Bourbon Street design includes a left-aligned menu, sharp square edges, along with a double border.
The Sign In and View Cart tabs are incorporated into the border motif, and for the first time there is a highlight color for borders on rollover. Plus, when the Marquee Plus page feature is used, there will be thick border displayed around each entry. Another first is a new title style that has an underline extending the width of the page. Like the other design choices that are available for the Store or Blog sites, Bourbon Street is very easy to navigate.
This sample Store Site features the images of Coleen Gousar and Misty Mioto provided the images for the sample Blog Site.
Finally the Image Clipboard has been enhanced to work on the Flash and HTML portfolio website and Client Proofing designs. With its initial release, the Clipboard was only available within the PhotoBiz Store. It was so well received that the utility was expanded to the additional products. This has a huge impact on customers overall image counts, in that an image can be uploaded once, and be used as many times as needed throughout our four amazing platforms.
The change saves me tons of time in my workflow! Thanks PhotoBiz! says customer Alan Flores of Flores Foto.
Founded in 2004, PhotoBiz, LLC is a managed web solutions company for photographers, creative professionals, and other businesses backed by Passionate Support
Blog Hop Aims to Unify Bloggers to Raise Awareness and Pfister Product Donations for National Nonprofit Rebuilding Together
Lake Forest, Calif. (PRWEB) April 03, 2012
Pfister, a leading manufacturer of kitchen and bath faucets and fixtures, today kicked-off the brands first ever blog hop which aims to unite bloggers in raising awareness and Pfister product donations for Rebuilding Together, a leading nonprofit working to provide free home repairs to American families in need. For each blog that participates in the hop during the month of April (National Rebuilding Month) Pfister will donate one dollar worth of product to Rebuilding Together. Each blogger who adds a post to the blog hop list will also be entered to win one of 20 Pfister faucets being given away at the close of the hop. In addition, Pfister will also donate one dollar worth of product for each new Like on the Pfister Facebook page received during the month of April.
In Aug. of 2005, my life changed forever, said Bridgette Duplantis, creator of the Experimental Mommy blog and The Double Duty Divas blogger network. Hurricane Katrina took my home, my husbands job, my security and mercilessly destroyed my city. In the midst of tragedy, I was comforted by many friends, family and even strangers. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be on the receiving end of such generosity and compassion. Since then, I do my best to give back and I couldnt be happier to call my readers to action this month by hosting Pfisters blog hop to support Rebuilding Together.
Heres how it works: