Hello, poserfan. I have some questions about your beautiful journal skins. It's extremely sad that CSS resources can no longer be used ever since DeviantArt launched Eclipse on May 20. My best friend, Lyris1075, and I saved the CSS codes of hundreds of free journal skins before the arrival of Eclipse. We are making a website at https://www.weebly.com/ for our Yu-Gi-Oh! RP group Yu-Gi-Oh-RPdA. We need permission to use the skins we saved, so would it be alright if we use your skins in our website? If you say yes, we will include your username, the link to your DeviantArt profile, the links to the skins we use in your gallery, and the links of other artists in the credits. It will permit your skins to continue being used.
I also have another question if you allow us to use your skins. Can we customize the CSS codes and the art? Of course, we would still keep your username in the credits as the original artist of your journal skins.
Simple answer: No, you don't get permission. These skins were designed for deviantart and are not for outside use.
But thanks for asking - I appreciate it and it serves as reminder that I have to take them all down.
Alright, thank you for your reply. You said your journal skins were made for DeviantArt. As a CSS artist, you're probably very disappointed that Eclipse removes your ability to make CSS resources for people. You also put a lot of time and effort in the skins you made. Will you be posting your skins on another art website for people to use? There are other art websites that are being built that allow HTML and CSS customization! One of them is ArtSpacious. It's not launched yet, but it's being made by professionals who are building their new website with similarities to DeviantArt's classic versions. If you have questions, you can look at their FAQs in their journals. The other one is Artrise. If you have questions, you can look at their FAQs at https://artri.se/ar/faq. That page has screenshots with examples of a decorated profile. There is also a journal with more info about the CSS customization of Artrise at Let's talk about ECLIPSE, ArtRi.se, and more....
I haven't heard of Artspacious before, I'll check it out as it sounds promising from what you said. I'll check Artrise.
Can't promise anything yet, but it's worth a look, so thank you for that.