The Return of Book of Styles

Autumn Ivy

I'd been wanting to have another place to post some web design-related links to because i know not too many of my readers here are interested on the topic. Last night I thought, well, I do have a domain laying around doing nothing but being a waste of cyberspace. So I decided to bring some life into the Book of Styles.

Instead of posting my own template creations there, I post links to other people's template creations. There are so many free template designs out there that look amazing and are better than I could ever design myself. Even the current design of Book of Styles is not my own. I really like it, though.

So yeah, Book of Styles is now a weblog on free templates and web design. If you have any interest on the topics, be sure to bookmark it, or better yet, subscribe to its RSS feed. Now go check it out!

5 Comments

  1. Lelia Katherine Thomas
    October 28, 2006

    Hmm, I’m get­ting a server not found error on the site… :(
    Look­ing for­ward to this, though, Fir­da. I already keep a watch on a lot of design archives. It is tru­ly amaz­ing the art­work that some design­ers put into their web design. :)

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  2. Jordan
    October 28, 2006

    Omigod, it’s alive!

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  3. Jordan
    October 28, 2006

    P.S. A blog about design needs more pic­tures, i.e. lots of screen­shots to the tem­plates you’re link­ing to.

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  4. fishee
    October 30, 2006

    So glad that there’s a cat­e­go­ry for word­press tem­plates! …new pret­ty word­press themes always lure me into updat­ing my blog the­me… which always ends up to my mod­i­fy­ing codes for extra plu­g­ins again and again…
    Agree with Jor­dan. It’d be even greater if some thumbpics could be dis­played.

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  5. Firda
    October 31, 2006

    Screen­shots added! Though not nec­es­sar­i­ly of the tem­plates…

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