About the Layout
A basic introduction to this layoutHere is another centered div layout (with roughly the same set-up as "Happiness is...") that features a couple that has grown on me over time Inuyasha and Kikyo from the animanga series Inuyasha. As much as I prefer Inuyasha and Kagome, Kikyo has grown on me and after seeing episode 8 of the Final Act, I wanted to create a layout in honour of Kikyo and Inuyasha's relationship. That episode was so sad *cries* Anyways, it's an interesting colour scheme here...a mix of shades of orange and purple! I know yellow and purple work best together, but as I was designing this image, it ended up with a purple-orange colour scheme. I was aiming for a red theme, but this works, at least it does for me =) I do hope you all like this layout and do intend to use it; show your support for Inuyasha and Kikyo! ♥ Any questions, just e-mail me.
Please note: This layout has been coded and tested in the latest version of Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer and is best viewed in a screen resolution of 1280x800 or higher.
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This is a must-follow if you use this1.) DO NOT remove the credits and claim the layout as your own
2.) DO NOT redistribute this layout or any of the graphics associated with this layout
3.) DO NOT edit the HTML/CSS/layout images, you must use it as is, however, you can edit the avatar to put your name on it. If you know a little CSS, you can add extra CSS codes to the current stylesheet if you wish, but please do not modify the doing and claim this layout design as your own
4.) ABSOLUTELY NO DIRECT LINKING THE LAYOUT IMAGES, that's a definite no-no
How to Use this Layout
General instructions on how to use this =)1.) Download and unzip the layout file
2.) Open up "index.html" and edit the content and navigation so it applies to you
3.) Make a new folder, call it images, and upload all the images into that folder
4.) Upload remaining files into your main directory