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Are you Resourceful?RESOURCEFUL!Are you Resourceful? by thespook
In this first edition of Resourceful! I've hand picked a selection of resources that I think give the best example of what can be found in the Resource Gallery. The next editions will contain more recent submissions, along with a broader range of categories
Resourceful! is all about featuring things that help people create, so I'd like to start featuring suggestions from you guys - found something useful? Send me a note! You're welcome to suggest your own resources too - the more notes I get, the better!
In the coming days I'll also be posting the details for our logo contest, so keep an eye out for that.
Bianca--STEPbySTEP by CE-Rap Sculpting Tutorial Basics by ShapeStrong :thumb40737694: Journal CSS - Part 1 by kuschelirmel-stock
The Best Journal CSS TemplatesA few month have been gone since DeviantART added the feature that allowed subscribed members to use CSS for journals. That opened a huge field of possibilities to customize our journal pages. But only some of us are familiar with the programming language CSS. So there are only two ways to get a nice journal look anyway: Either you learn to code CSS or you use a CSS template.The Best Journal CSS Templates by Lilyas
I want to help you to find a suitable CSS template for your journal!
I reviewed the journal CSS galleries and compiled a list of functional and good looking journal layouts for you. Lets start with the classics:
1. BasiCSS by zikes
This was the first useful CSS template on DA featuring a basic layout back in September last year. It might be still recommendable for beginners who wish to have a clearly arranged journal.
2. Classy styles from ipholio
Ipholio has done several layouts for other deviants but also these two elegant and