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As more and more web based tools solely created to help designers and developers in their mission to overpower sturfy web design come to life, we are plastered with one decision to make. Which of these tools benefit me the most? Many of these tools will indeed allow you to become a much better designer with the aid of tools that will help you code faster and become a bit more organized. This will allow you to actually save a great deal of time while also practicing good organizational skills all in one.
A friend once asked “why do you still surf for web templates when you can create one?“. I answered, for fun. But then again I start to ponder and realiazed even if we are capable to create, there are still many great reasons to check out free templates out there.
Thanks to many of the generous souls, most of these web templates found online are no longer the same. A lot of them are high quality, XHTML compliant, cross-browser compatible and comes with Photoshop .PSD files. As a developer cum designer myself, I wouldn’t say you should get a nice free template and implement directly, but rather, check out the structure, design and codes. Labeling, naming, styling and structuring are what interest me more, and I’m pretty sure there’s more if dug deeper.
Without further ado, here’s (another) 38 Free Elegant XHTML/CSS Website Templates, and I’ve previously showcased 60 High Quality Free Web Templates, that makes it close to 100 piece of nice templates in the archive. Full list after jump.
Google Analytics is undoubtedly the most widely used web analytics application. Emerged from and based upon the analytics-package developed by Urchin Software Corporation (which was bought by Google in April 2005), the tool has become publicly available for free under the new flagship of Google Analytics. In May 2007 the application was heavily edited, developed and released; the design was simplified and more advanced featured were added. Over years Google Analytics managed to gain on popularity because of its simplicity and many advanced features for curious site owners and professional marketers.
You probably use Google Analytics on a regular basis, for basic stats tracking the performance of your site. And, just like most GA users, you probably very rarely venture far from the comfort of the reports shown on the dashboard. That’s all the analytical information you need, you may be thinking … or is it?