Thursday, January 8th, 2009
There are a slew of HTML/CSS design sharing template sites out there. What if there was a manifest that defined what they had, and tools could work with that so you could import repositories.
You would end up with a file that looks like the example:
- <templates xmlns="http://disruptive-innovations.com/zoo/templatesManifest/1.0">
- <template shortname="aFarewellToColor">
- <title xml:lang="en">A Farewell to Color</title>
- <description xml:lang="en">
- <p>Remember the early days when the Internet was all black and white,
- this is a throwback to those days. In all seriousness, I made this
- template because it was based on an earlier design that many found
- useful. Plus I've always had a thing for creating designs on the web
- with zero color, I guess it is an 'off the beaten path type deal'.</p>
- <p>I should also mention that this template has some updates (err...
- advantages) over the previous designs... this one uses h1 and h2
- tags in the header for better SEO results, and has new image
- rollovers for the navigation.</p>
- <author>Bryant Smith</author>
- <!-- the following URL does not exist (yet) -->
And, if you are into design, the OmniGraffle wireframe stencils have been updated!
Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:37 am