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LJ: What does this switch do? oops.

What does OSWD mean on the Opal style? It's the only one I like, though. The other OSWD is okay, but I don't like having the navigation links so far down on the page.

Anyone know how one makes an S2 style? Are we allowed to make them, like the old system?

EDIT: So I found the documentation on building an S2 system. It's been a long time since I've had a programming class (did I ever tell you I was one a computer science major?), but it may be doable. Maybe I'll just go back to S1.


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Feb. 13th, 2004 11:54 pm (UTC)
I do believe that OSWD stands for Open Source Web Design or something like that. It's a standard of defining style and design elements, or..fuck. let's ask google. S2 is pretty neat. cryptic in places, but VERY powerful.

a la google: [oswd.org]
Open Source Web Design is a community of designers and site owners freely sharing designs as well as design information. If you have come to download free designs, check out the Search Designs page where you will be able to search by color and W3 validation among other things. You can also see some OSWD designs in action by visiting the Links page. If you have come for design information, look into the Forum and the Design News, which outlines articles about design across the web. If you are a designer, please become part of the family by signing up for a free membership. With your membership you'll be able to share your designs with those who are in need of them. Help make the internet a prettier place!

so basically...it's a bunch of fuckin templates. =)

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