The Wiki for Tutorial Themes


Want to create your blog theme by yourself? ThemesWiki can help you! No matter what your CSM Platform is, inside you can find tutorials for most popular platforms. ThemesWiki is designed to provide you with comprehensive and free guides for designing web themes and templates on a wide range of Content Management Systems and related software.

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30+ Free HTML email templates


Sending an email in HTML format could be at risk because is not sure that all the recipient are able to read our newsletter. Some mail clients can’t interpret the HTML format or mark it like Spam. That’s why your have to follow some guidelines. For first tip, I will suggest using a "standard" template. There’s no standard while most used email clients have a poor support to rich-text format, but my meaning was for tested templates.

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Open Sourse Templates


Some web-sites offer high quality templates for free. You can download Flash and CSS based layouts and use them for your personal and commercial projects.

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  • CSS Tutorial – Stacking Text with CSS

    CSS Tutorial – Stacking Text with CSS

    In this tutorial, we will be learning how to stack text with the help of the powerful CSS tag, Z-Index.

    Step 1 – The XHTML Coding

    Create a new XHTML document in your favorite editing program. Once that is finished, copy the code below onto the blank document.

    Stacking Text
    Stacking Text

    As you can see, the coding is very simple, but don’t let that take you away. This technique is an excellent way to add a CSS touch to your site banner or navigation. Just don’t overdo it and make everything have it 🙂 Anyway, breaking the XHTML down, all we have are 2 div tags with separate identities. One has the id of “text-top” while the other has the id of “text-bottom”. You can probably guess which text will be on top and which text will be on the bottom.

    Step 2 – Applying CSS

    Now, we’re going to add the CSS code above the XHTML code. Copy and paste the code directly above the current XHTML code.

    Alright, once you’ve finished pasting the code, your document should be complete. Save it, and then view it to find that the text is now colored, and stacked. Let’s break down the CSS that helped achieve this.

    And that pretty much sums up how this works. Again, this is perfect for any CSS-based banner or navigation you are planning to make. The final result is located in the link below.