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Notice: Due to the recent redesign of this site, this page no longer changes the design style of this Web site. However, I am keeping this page as it existed before the redesign. This way, you can still experience the depth of redesign options (and the power of CSS) that can be achieved on a Web site.
Color Style Notes
The following notes are for the asterisked (*) items:
The background for “Christmas” was created using a free snowflake font from P22 type foundry.
For the background image for “Halloween”, I used a Halloween pattern from PixelDécor.
The color styles of “Hogwart’s Houses” are based on the colors of the four houses of Hogwarts from the “Harry Potter” book series. Disclaimer: This has been created by a fan of the “Harry Potter” books; is not affiliated with J.K. Rowling, any of the publishers of the books, nor with Warner Bros.; and is created with no infringement intended.
The styles in the “W3C Core Styles” use the colors in each of their respective W3C Core Styles.
For the “Monochromes” color styles I used Visibone’s ColorLab to select 6 variations of a color, and then I made four different styles with them.
Font Style Notes
If your computer doesn't have one of the fonts mentioned, then it will try to use fonts in the following orders:
For Comic Sans (text), Impact, Trebuchet, or Verdana fonts: it will try to use Arial, then Geneva, then Helvetica, then any sans-serif font.
For Andale Mono, or Courier New fonts: it will try to use Courier, then any monospaced font.
For Comic Sans (titles), or Georgia fonts: it will try to use Times New Roman, then Times, then any serif font.