13 June 2010 @ 07:21 pm
Aery - Flexible Squares
I made an LJ "version" of this layout for anyone interested. It's not an exact copy, because I haven't found a layout compatible to blanket over at LJ, but I've put much work in it nonetheless. I also decided to not put a header on, because in my opinion it didn't fit with the rest of the layout. If you want one nonetheless, I left the header properties in the code. If you have any questions, need help or want to tell me you like it, feel free to leave a comment. :)

One thing beforehand, though. I usually code exclusively for firefox because honestly, IE is hell for anyone doing web design and I usually try to not care for IE users. Yet, I always try to make it look at least acceptable in IE. Since IE is very buggy, there's always minor differences, especially in means of margins and paddings. Feel free to download Firefox to enjoy layouts the way they're supposed to be. ^^

Layout: Flexible Squares
Browsers: Firefox 3.6, IE 8
Navbar: Yes
Customized Comments/Tags/Archive Pages: Yes
Resolutions: 1024x768, 1280x800, 1440x900
Credit: [personal profile] heylove

You can see a live preview with customized calendar, comment pages and everything here or if you prefer an image preview simply click on the pic.

>> Please upload the images to your on server/imagehost: Image1 | Image2

PLEASE NOTE: Since there is no header, you'll have to put the navgation links into the "linklist" which can be found in the customization area. Again, if there are any questions, feel free to ask. :)
Music: Adam Lambert - Sleepwalker
Mood: accomplished
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heylove[personal profile] heylove on June 13th, 2010 07:30 pm (UTC)
I'm very sorry, but not sure what you mean... ^^ I made the layout above as a request for someone and thought I'd share. It was made specifically for Livejournal, not Dreamwidth. I made a similar one for DW, though. the link is in the first paragraph. :)

The entry you linked to is about importing the base layers of certain LJ Themes like Flexible Squares, etc. They import with the basic layout for the chosen theme (in case of Flexible Squares it must be the light blue one). the layout above is not a layer, it's just a layout to put on a layer. I'm not sure if it works with an imported layer here on DW, but it certainly must do to some extend. ^^
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