Poll: What do you use to make your web pages?

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  1. ABadRain (Member)

    Posted 9 years ago

    I modified a free template from Blogger and then made my header using a Creative Commons photo from Flickr, which I modified in Photoshop (but GIMP is a good free alternative if you don't have PS).

    http://abadrain.blogspot.com/ - serialized sci-fi story. it's "the hunger games" meets "under the dome."
  2. eikasia (Member)

    Posted 9 years ago

    http://www.eighthcirclestudios.com

    Tool?: I hired a web designer to make a simple portal for the main website. I share this domain with a longtime friend and colleague of mine. I don't know what he used, but if I had to guess, it was probably photoshop. I strain the word "web designer" because the guy only does this on the side, and I only knew about him because a college classmate referred me to him. For those looking for a cheap web designer though, I can offer his contact information.

    http://www.eighthcirclestudios.com/eikasia

    Tool: Wordpress. Used the free theme "WP-Brown" and went nuts tweaking the theme to make it more stylish and interesting. Replaced the title text with an image logo (they say that's a no-no, but it couldn't be helped) and just recently put in a tooltip that brings up a caption when you hover over the cover images in the header. Tweaked the font color and did an overhaul on the post order to make my story readable. Tore out the ad code to put in project wonderful, which fits perfectly.

    http://www.eighthcirclestudios.com/ns

    Tool: Wordpress. Using the free theme "Elegant Grunge". Picked this one up because of the styled image frames and interesting (but simple) header. Didn't do much to this one as it's just for my author blog.

    http://eighthcirclestudios.com/swordfish/

    Tool: Wordpress. Used the free theme "Oulipo". I loved how minimal and easy to customize it was--the typography is beautiful. This is still a work in progress, but I've already gone ahead and replaced the title text with a logo image, and I hope to add more as the project picks up steam.

  3. kellyzollo (Member)

    Posted 9 years ago

    New her but here us my info:

    Name: Kelly Zollo
    Site: http://kellyzollo.com, all 3 sites I host can be found there including my serial West Lake

    I use CSS, Dreamweaver and Photoshop for all my sites

    Kelly

  4. noodles (Member)

    Posted 9 years ago

    Blogger is a godsend for those of us who can't push a button without having our laptops explode.

  5. Ayami Tyndall (Member)

    Posted 9 years ago

    Site: http://ayami.rain.org
    Software: WordPress for the site, OpenOffice for composing the text content.

    Enjoy and Share - http://ayami.rain.org
  6. Sayer (Member)

    Posted 9 years ago

    Site: http://99.244.17.124/
    Software: Drupal for the site
    - Custom theme created using Photoshop and Notepad++ (and a Stylus)

  7. Verydien (Member)

    Posted 9 years ago

    Site: http://shadowslight.yolasite.com
    Software: I use Yola's site builder, which is like the old geocities one with many differences. You choose one of their themes, and depending on what you choose you can change the background and the banner. I use the free service right now, but I'm planning on upgrading my service to a paid one in due time. I think it makes my life really simple for building webpages etc compared to geocities, so I love it.

    Shadow's Light: a dark fantasy webseries
    "...Would you choose to save the lives of those who abused you, or witness and bring upon their demise?"

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