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What Makes a Template "Good"?

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Posted 03 October 2007 - 07:48 AM

In your guys mind, what do you think makes a template "good"? Do you thnk that in order for a template to be considered good it should be a one of a kind? What type of ad placement do you think is best for proxy sites specifically? (EX. Around the URL bar etc) I am currently looking around and tweaking some of my own templates right now. _________________


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Posted 03 October 2007 - 08:21 AM


I am guessing you are talking about web/blog templates. Web templates do not have to be one-of-a-kind to be good. Templates are made to be copied and so I don't know if you can really have a unique template. A template is good when it flows well with the content. You would want to have the look of your website portray what the website is about to keep flow. Find one that gives an appropriate image to your message.

Also to consider is the layout of the template, make sure that it is organized as you envision your website should be.

Take a look at the following:
Website Templates: Advantages and Disadvantages Of Using Web Templates or WYSIWYG Editors For Web Designing

Also as far as ads are concerned:
Website Templates: 42 Points to Make More Money With Adsense

You can find more relevant topics at that domain as well.



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