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Author Topic: The Open Source Web Design Project  (Read 3465 times)


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The Open Source Web Design Project
« on: November 01, 2006, 04:21 AM »
Looks like a very cool site.  It was mentioned on in the context of a trick to get yourself a link from a high pagerank page, which i find kind of sad and depressing; this is the internet state of affairs these days, everything is about how to figure out how to get linked from certain pages because the almighty google search engine algorithm gives you a better score when you do..  :(  but anyway, it still looks like a nice site.

To put it simply, Open Source Web Design is a collection of web designs submitted by the community that anyone can download free of charge!
The Open Source Web Design project was founded in September, 2000 by Francis J. Skettino. The goal was to provide the Open Source community with quality web designs to help get people's projects on the web in a way that is both organized and good looking. From personal blogs to content managements systems to full fledged businesses, OSWD has been providing free web designs to those who need them for years. With your help, we will continue to do this for years to come.