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Old 17-05-2004, 11:01 PM   #16
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here few more ideas..
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Glad you liked it David. I'm not sure if you are after a total revamp of the site (adding bevels, fades etc to the elements all over the site) or just a color scheme? Since the forum layout is quite flat it would maybe seem out of place to have a 3D-stylish header?
So, what are you after?

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stedo I like to keep the site nice and simple, ease of navigation is what I go for more than design elements, to be honest.

However I do like the faded S in the background of the header, if you wouldn't mind posting just that image I may well use it.

Any other ideas you have I'm happy to take a look at. Always on the lookout for ways to make the place a bit better.

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Ok, here's the faded logo. Tell me if you want it as a psd instead.

I'll see if I can come up with some other ideas. :bandit:

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hope you don't mind Stedo, but i just loved that faded logo too.
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not at all.

Everything for the community!

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I really like the examples by stedo.
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