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When I first visited the Braxtonian, I fell in love with the layout of the page. I liked it so much, I wished to adopt it for this site. The only problem there was that the next time I visited the Braxtonian the layout changed. As someone who knows little about CSS and XHTML and nothing about whatever it is they use here to simulate CSS and XHTML, I had no clue where to even begin...

Basically, I liked the little boxes that appear aligned within the edge of the body of the journal (where the writer's name and contact info appears for each posting). This infobox appears inside the margin of the main text, like say a drop-cap would. (In the box would probably go the time-stamp and link to the comments.) I also liked that the page looked very clean, very newspaper-like. Old-school, I know, but I'm sure no one wants me to try to get stylish.


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Mar. 21st, 2004 06:58 am (UTC)
Oooooooo Pink
Jan. 12th, 2005 12:04 am (UTC)
Are you talking about the three column, dominant newspaper-ish logo and color bar with the links in it? I adopted it for my site, foreignperspective.com after I stopped writing for it with my friend.
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