Friday, November 24, 2006

Minima 3 column template

As you can see, I've changed from the original two column Minima Blogger template by Douglas Bowman to a three column variation of it by Thur Broeders. Mr. Broeders took up the challenge of a three column Blogger template using no tables, only cascading style sheets. Overdue thanks to Mr. Bowman and thanks to Mr. Broeders for their work.

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  1. Anonymous4:55 PM

    FYI - you can find easy instructions for adding a third column to your existing Blogger minima template in Layout at three column minima in layout, or if you are publishing to your own domain and using the classic template, at three column minima in classic. It's better to take a free Blogger template and modify it rather than download a third party version that isn't supported.

  2. Thanks for the suggestion.

    I eventually decided to return to two column layouts. While I might have preferred Minima to Tekka as a design, stock classic Tekka was full screen.

  3. Thanks a lot 4 ur suggestion, I've looked for this template for many times, and got nothing, but after finding your blog, finally I could apply the three column minima well on my blog. :)