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Perishable Press Featured at Divine CSS!

Yay! Perishable Press is now featured at one of my favorite CSS slash design showcase sites, Divine CSS! Divine CSS features a mouth-watering collection of CSS and Flash-based website designs, and is always a great source of ideas for new projects. Seeing my current theme (Quintessential) showcased at Divine CSS is very inspiring, and a nice way to celebrate the (relatively) new design. Thank you to the fine folks at Divine CSS for featuring my design :)

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4 responses to “Perishable Press Featured at Divine CSS!”

  1. NIce theme and I kicked a few stars.

    Certainly a great achievement to have your themes showcased on other sites. Keep on going the good work. You really provide great recipes to better coding.

  2. keep on going pffft you enjoy seeing your name on the internet to much to quit!

    Great achievement though ;)

  3. Jeff Starr
    Jeff Starr 2008/12/10 9:22 am

    Thanks erk! Much appreciated :)

    Seeing my sites showcased like that certainly is an inspiration to “keep on keeping on,” as they say.

  4. Jeff Starr

    Very true, Donace! Is it that obvious? ;)

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