Template Perdition

Kubric is such a beautiful template! Alas, I don’t want a pointer to his site in the footer of every page, and when I found the following thread on his site titled Villagers Demand Credit, I realized that I was not willing to comply with his wishes. I would have been happy to put a single post up, like this post, announcing the template I used or modified and granted source credit to him. Alas, that is not what he asked for.

Moving on, months earlier I’d downloaded another WordPress template named Trident, a basic three-column layout for another project: http://www.tamba2.org.uk/wordpress/Trident/index.php. During the day as I was picking through the CSS and making minor changes to font presentation, margin placements and such, I realized the logic of the CSS was confusing to me.

So, I’ve loaded up Rubric, the same template I used on Barbara’s site, from Alex King’s Template Competition.

It’s the end of the day, and I’d really like to tweak it some, but for now it will have to do. It presents a nice, clean, readable page for aging readers like myself who no longer have youthful vision. Since I’ve altered this template before, I know that the CSS layout is logical (to my mind).

No more coffee, not until tomorrow morning.

On edit, 02–7-2005:
Rubric is no longer the template used on this site, nor is the site based upon it, today the template and CSS were changed. I still like Rubric, I just wanted a slightly different look, and 3-columns. I made a posting where you can read more about it.

3 thoughts on “Template Perdition

  1. Jorge, It’s always a pleasure to hear from you. Warmest regards back to you, from Southern California.


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