did you know you could drop shadow on your text, images etc WITHOUT the help of MS filters? I certainly didn’t. read this and be amazed. for all this time… it’s not the easiest way but HEY it works on all css compliment browser: that is all browsers NS 4+ AND it’s validated. i tried it out at my scripts site. it works like a charm!
i retired quite a few of my old themes to free some space. they only ended freeing 1mb 😦 i only have 39mb left on my server now. i need to figure out how to free or beg for more space. hehe.. i put the old themes’ screenshots here in case you miss them too much.
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omg! this layout is super super cute! i luv pink and this is just sooo adorable! luvin’ it girl! *muah*
When I first used before learning about MS filters, I thought it was really clever – like cheating HTML out of things it normally doesn’t let you do. ^.~* But editing 2 bits of text instead of just 1 can get inconvenient… ^^;
“But editing 2 bits of text instead of just 1 can get inconvenient” – that’s when php comes in 🙂 just write a function and call it, then you won’t need to edit two texts. i think i might write a generator for it. it’s too cool!
Funky! Clever! (will send you that email in a little while, btw)
haha i have plenty of space — like lets say about 2 gigs 🙂
ever need any, just ask 😀
jenn.. thanks for the kind offer.. i might 🙂