NOTE: Unless indicated below, keep existing look of [url removed, login to view] template. my blog is [url removed, login to view]
text formatting just like this blog for the posting headers,
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for example using post on feb 28th....i like (color , font, size) of
*Justin’s Presentation ....
*Posted Tuesday, February 28th,
for the body of the post, i want [url removed, login to view] text format--
*Justin Rich has ...
i also like the dotted line format that goes between posts.
put the main body of the blog in a white container with round corners like this...
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i also like the top masthead from this blog , not the actual content , but the rounded container. also the text on this blog is more to the right than the maxpower site and my site, i like this better. i also want my siderbar on the left.
and surround this white container with a very VERY LIGHT color, maybe a white/cream/very faint tan AND also put a black border shadow around the container.
incorporate color coding (not exact colors but close , i like those but dont want to copy) , but just the concept of the color disparity and location that the below site has on its top section (note graphic not needed). i really like how blog tab is pink and the next two are dark blue and then the pink runs over and surrounds the search box and also frames the lower side of the masthead. note: i dont like the square masthead shape, jsut the bottom part
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i want a tabbed sidebar like the one highlighted on [url removed, login to view]
i love colors and simple style elements of [url removed, login to view] and newsvine.com. also the background images in body of squible.com. i would want some of these style elements adapted as well. e.g. the light green shading of newsvine sidebar . nice gradient usage on techcrunch.
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