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    TemplateMonster

    Hi,

    I have been browsing around TemplateMonster (dot) com lately and I have seen a few designs that have caught my eye. I was wondering, however, if anyone has had any experience with implementing any of their designs. Are they flexible (i.e do the tables/boxes stretch and look bad when you add content to them), are they easy to work with, and are they worth the money?

    The reason I dont want to go straight to their customer service just yet is because I'm afraid of them just telling me what I want to hear. I am interested in hearing WHT's opinions on this website.

    Thanks,
    Taylor

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    You would proably be better off looking through the template forum here, there is some great designers, at lower costs than tempalte monster for exclusive rights.
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    tree-host,

    I have been browsing through the template forum here, but I especially like a few I saw at Template Monster. Does anyone have any experience with any of them, and can they share?

    Thanks,
    Taylor

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    Well,

    Personally our company had customized many templatemonster's templates without any issue in the past. That templates are made thinking on that

    Right now we don't normally do it, since we're more focused on custom and unique job, but I think templatemonter it's the way that a new small host should start, and then get a budget for a unique and exclusive design.

    Of course, sometimes you see in the advertising section some exclusive designs, from really talented artist for the price that templatemonster charge.

    Good luck!
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    tuwebfacil,

    Thanks for the advice. I found a few templates on TM that I like, but now I want to see if anyone here wants to compete first. There are alot of good designers on these forums .

    Thanks,
    Taylor

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    I found this today... might help you... http://www.oswd.org/
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    My friend bought a template from them. it's realy easy to use...
    and I think they got realy great designers.
    and if you have a problem , you can contact with them online...

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    You will need to get them re-coded, the few templates I bough were not well coded at all. You can pay somone usually around $100 to recode the template to make it up to current standards and less bloated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hekwu
    I found this today... might help you... http://www.oswd.org/
    Hey, that helped me out. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wunderwaffe
    tuwebfacil,

    Thanks for the advice. I found a few templates on TM that I like, but now I want to see if anyone here wants to compete first. There are alot of good designers on these forums .

    Thanks,
    Taylor
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    Hey wunderwaffe,
    Why don't you try it yourself. i mean you can download their sample templates (they offer all html, flash, etc) and try your skills with them? Hope this helps...

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    I use template monster for all of my web design needs - they are great! Additionally, their support staff will help you in any way possible!

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    but templatemonster do cost a bit too much >_< any other template site that offer a decent price?

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    I'm quite happy with Template monster. But I don't really use their flash products that ofter, so can't speak for that.

    I always code html from the start and do not use the default html they supply with the template. If you do the same the resize would not be a problem if you code correctly.
    Wim

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