Carla's Graphic Designs has supplied the graphics that are the basis for four Second Site Themes. Thank you, Carla! Second Site user Carol Macke created a custom Theme using Carla's graphics, and that was the inspiration for those Themes.
Choose one of the Themes listed below via the Style.Theme pull-down menu.
- Carla's A New Adventure
- Carla's Family History
- Carla's Family Tree
- Carla's Settlers
The pages use similar visual components including an optional left-hand border. The backgrounds, button images, and other adornments and images change according to the Theme choice.
The border image offset property in the Stylesheets.System.Layout.Layout Widths section determines how many pixels to reserve along the left-hand side of the page for the graphic border image. Each Theme sets an appropriate value, but you can adjust it if you want more or less of a margin.
|sign.jpg||Sign or Sign Guestbook|
|view.jpg||View or View Guestbook|
To add a button with a label that is not supplied with Second Site, make a copy of the plain.jpg file and edit it with an image editor. The font specifications are included below.
|leftborder.jpg||left-hand border image|
Carla's sets contain a single background image that includes the left-hand border. Second Site expects two images as described above. The background.jpg should not include the border image. The leftborder.jpg image should contain a single copy of the border image as shown in the example. Second Site uses CSS statements to repeat the image down the left-hand side of the page.
|welcome.jpg||Large graphic that appears at the top of the main page|
|arrowleft.gif||These arrows are used in charts to indicate more data off-page. Carla's sets do not include these graphics.|
These are the fonts used in the button images for the indicated Themes.
|Carla's A New Adventure||
|Carla's Family History||
|Carla's Family Tree||
The button text in the Carla's Graphics Theme graphics are in English. The following languages are also available. Download one of the ZIP files below. Unzip the files into your site's Input (-i) folder. The ZIP file only contains image files that have changed.
This page last changed on 13 Jan 2016.