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10 comments:

ozzynhu said...

Hi Aman, nice work in yours templates :) can you help me in css code for my template ?

http://justhardcore.blogspot.com/

If you can add me in your msn :)

Thx

Extinct Dodo said...

hi there.. im a blogger newbie and i dont know jack about html or templating or whatever you call it.. theres a template i came across that i really like, but i dont know how to use it.. think you might be able to help?
much appreciated :)

Audi said...

I am rather new to blogging and I am interested in finding a template with holstien cows on it. If you know where I could find one or would be willing to update and exsisting template it would be greatly appreciated.

Seashells said...

Hey Aman,

You've got some great templates here... I tried a couple of them... they seem to be working great with IE but the background images dont show up in firefox... do u have a fix for that ???

email me @ shankzden@yahoo.com

SleepDepraved said...

Hey Aman,
I like some of the templates you have here but the download link doesn't seem to work. However if there is any chance you can actually help make or make a template specifically I would appreciate it. My contact is queenb_669@hotmail.com

sugarpunk said...

just curious... is that waterwall the one in houston?

seems very familiar

Housing Boom Gone Bust said...

Amazing flexibility!

Richard Wilson said...

I think the waterfall is in Houston, I recognize it.

Webmaster said...

Nice Templates, Great work

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Dark Daughta said...

Hi there!
Thanks for this wonderful tutorial. I've had an image for my blog's background for almost two years, now. I recently changed my image and for some reason, I can't seem to get my image to stop tiling. Is my picture too small? I always host my photos on my own blog and simply cut and past the html code from the post onto the template. D'you think blogger no longer has this capability? In any case, any advice you can offer would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance. darkdaughta.