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Designer
super j man
Date
January 27, 2006
Rating
4.66666651
Downloads
38076
Validation
XHTML 1.0 Transitional
Uses CSS
Yes

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Design Comments

05 Mar. 2006 4:40am PST

openmind

Comments 2

Hi

I can't believe you give away such incredible designs for free. You are doing great. Keep it up.

Adrian
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05 Mar. 2006 4:41am PST

openmind

Comments 2

Hi

I can't believe you give away such incredible designs for free. You are doing great. Keep it up.

Adrian
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17 Mar. 2006 5:59am PST

andypearce

Comments 1

This is the best design I have seen on this site, as 'openmind' said this doesn't deserve to be free...


Keep the good work up!

17 Mar. 2006 6:21am PST

ipozgaj

Comments 1

Unbelievable design, one of the best I've seen! So simple, but so visually attractive. I use it on my homepage. Great work!

25 Apr. 2006 6:33pm PDT

Mars

Comments 1

Stunning design. It's so simple and yet it's beautiful. I never thought simple could mean beautiful, simply excellent. Great work and keep it up ;)

25 May. 2006 3:07am PDT

lorsam

Comments 1

really love the design! :) keep it up and thanks for sharing this with us. :)

12 Jun. 2006 1:58am PDT

corporem

Comments 1

Very nice design. I use it on my homepage default theme. Great work...

03 Jul. 2006 12:12pm PDT

carehart

Comments 2

This is indeed a very nice design, but do you realize that the sidebar is broken on IE (6)? It appears on the lower right below any content, rather than immediately to the right of the body. I don't suspect that was your intent.

Or might this be some generic issue of IE support with the OSWD designs? I'm sorry if I'm showing some naivete there.

If there's some better way to report such problems, I welcome hearing about it.

03 Jul. 2006 1:26pm PDT

carehart

Comments 2

I determined a solution (adequate for my use of the design, at least). I changed the width references (in style.css) for content and sidebar from absolute (px) to relative (percentage) values. 80 and 10, respectively, worked for me and accomodate the various margins between them. There may be a more elegant solution, but I share this for now in case no one else offers one. (With this fix, it looks right in both IE and FF.)

07 Feb. 2007 7:59am PST

dmaniatis

Comments 1

Brilliant design!

Only IE6 and the roll-over images at the menu gave me a hard time. IE6 kept reloading them every time. In the css file for the tabs10 I changed the background into the blueish colour of the horizontal bar below them so that while IE6 is reloading the images the tabs don't disappear completely.
Worked perfect with firefox and IE6+msn toolbar and above.

#tabs10 a {
float:left;
background:#2763A5 url("tableft10.gif") no-repeat left top;
margin:0;
padding:0 0 0 4px;
text-decoration:underline;
}

#tabs10 a span {
float:left;
display:block;
background:#2763A5 url("tabright10.gif") no-repeat right top;
padding:5px 15px 4px 6px;
color:#FFF;
}

#tabs10 a span {
float:none;
}

/* this proved problematic in IE6
#tabs10 a:hover {
background-position:100% -42px;
background: transparent none;
}
#tabs10 a:hover span {
background-position:100% -42px;
background: transparent none;
}
*/

04 Dec. 2007 1:45pm PST

bmalnad

Comments 1

Have any of you solved the issue of the tabs separating when the have too much text in them? Place the text "Selected Items, Easy Ordering" in a tab and you'll see what I mean.

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