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Free CSS Layouts And Templates

As a web-developer you don't have to re-invent the wheel all the time. If it just has to work, and has to be valid, and has to have a nice, visually appealing design hierarchy, you just can use css-techniques developed in the web-dev-community over the last few years. If you take a look around, you'll find many templates, which include basic (X)HTML/CSS-markup.

You can start from there, learning and exploring the possibilities of CSS and modifying templates for your exquisite taste. Below you'll find a list of resources which offer free, gorgeous and valid CSS-based templates - usually with images and full layout structure, such as headers, navigation bars, content containers, sidebars and footers.

Usually developers require a link to the site where the template was downloaded from. So before using these templates it might be useful to take a look at the license agreement the developer provides.

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(X)HTML template systems in PHP

Web developers find themselves sooner or later in a dire situation: their scripts become an entangled mess of code. Program logic, presentation logic and in a worst case scenario even layout and design are so interconnected with each other that the further development becomes difficult. Would one have thought ahead and had created a clear structure for the code - the so-called HTML-template-engines, the integrity of the layers would have been preserved.

A HTML-template-engine serves to separate program logic (PHP), from layout, (HTML) and design (CSS). Most existing template-Systems are not limited to HTML-models. They are generally usable for E-Mail and even XML.

Program code can be changed independently of the web site design. All this is theory though. In practice and complex projects this division can not be realized most of the time. To prevent inflating the program code unnecessarily with representation logic, another fourth level is often added. In this layer logical connections are processed, which directly affect the representation. Example: Table line paging or dynamic lists.

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