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April 15, 2008
.:Walkthrough Pink Border by *ginkgografix is a wonderful tutorial, full of little tips and tricks to both novices and advanced css coders. It's comprehensive, to the point and well written.
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.:Walkthrough Pink Border

Woohooo, here it is: my first walkthrough about CSS journals! :faint:

The zip file is about 4,3MB big, so might take a while.
I've added:
- the walkthrough pdf (21 pages!)
- both psd files
- the basic css file
- the original sized screenshots

Hope that this will help to understand the making of journal CSS a bit more. But like mentioned in the walkthrough: it's my way and others might work different. It just should give you a feeling of what needs to be done.

I have to thank my beta readers, who took the time to hunt down my grammar/english mistakes and gave me hints where i should add some more stuff.
A big thanks to !violentsamurai, ~Espiroth, =blissart, and `bluem00n :hug:

The Pink Border template can be found here: [link]


:pointr: My tutorials/guidelines
:bulletgreen: CSS Guideline [link]
:bulletgreen: Old vs Gruze Journals [link]
:bulletgreen: Ungruze your Journals [link]

:bulletgreen: How to add image paths [link]
:bulletgreen: How to add a gallery CSS [link]
:bulletgreen: How to make a journal layout [link]

:bulletgreen: ABC of dA CSS Part I [link]
:bulletgreen: ABC of dA CSS Part II [link]

:pointr: My walkthroughs
:bulletgreen: How to code a gallery template [link]
:bulletgreen: How to code a journal [link]
:bulletgreen: How to code a journal II [link]

:pointr: My video tutorials
:bulletgreen: Changing sidebar settings [link]
:bulletgreen: Adding Gallery CSS II [link]
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