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I have been a web developer for the past 13 years. I enjoy what I do, and so on occasion I like to create new designs and offer them for free to the public. When I got started many years ago, I always found that looking at other designers work was one of the best ways to learn proper development. So this is my way of giving back. Creating all these templates does take a significant amount of time however, any donation (however small) is always very much appreciated. (click here to make a donation.) If you need help with this template, or any other project, feel free to send me a note. Use this template however you wish, just please leave the links at the bottom.

To use this template without the links, simply make a $5.00 donation.

This is where you describe yourself, the photographs as a whole, or whatever you like. You use the 'title' attributes of each of the images to set the captions. Try to make all the images 600px. All images will be resized to this width to be displayed (bigger and smaller), so it makes sense to use images of that width.

Configuring Images

It is extremely easy to add images to this template. The images are formatted using an unordered list (using Galleria), so go into the source and find the ul / li tags with the images. To create new ones, simple copy and paste one of the <li> lines, and select your new image, and set the caption using the 'title' attribute.

If you're editing this template in Dreamweaver or some other WYSIWYG editor, don't let the 'Design' view scare you. Since everything is formatted using Javascript, and Dreamweaver doesn't dynamically process this, it may look a little weird in the design view, but rest assured, it works just fine.


You can use this template in any way you want, all I ask is that you please leave a link back to me somewhere in the page.

Shout outs

I used jQuery + the Galleria plugin, along with the 960 Grid Framework. Most of the sample images come from the WikiMedia Commons HDR photo library - a few came from a royalty free photo pack.