Everyone loves pickles
Well, everyone I know does anyway. And most everyone loves free stuff - like this template. It's free for you to download and modify as you wish - no strings attached. I would, however, appreciate it if you leave the credit for the original design to me in the footer.
If you find this template useful and feel the need to repay me in some small way, cash is great! Vist websitedesignbasics.com and you can send me a paypal donation. Thanks.
This is a simple, two-column layout with lots of white space and soothing green shades. The font is Georgia and is set at a comfortable size for easy reading.
The only graphics included are the big pickle and the "quote" mark graphic for the blockquote so the page loads very fast. You'll most likely want to replace the big pickle with something else - unless you're a pickle nut like me - mmmmmm, pickles! When you replace it I suggest using a cut out graphic instead of a boring rectangle to retain the sense of white space, but it's your template now, so knock yourself out. I am always interested to see what people do with templates I create so feel free to let me know what you've used it for.
Oh, Hamlet, how camest thou in such a pickle? (Act 5, Scene 1.)
Pickling is one of the oldest forms of food preservation. Although many vegetables are also sold in pickled form, gherkins/cucumbers (fruits) are the leading pickled food in the world, giving rise to the misnomer commonly known as "Pickles".
Posted today: The 43rd day of Picklefest