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Just experimenting a bit around with what you can do with webfonts and ligatures and only two font families: Playfair (Google Webfont) and Droid Serif (Google Webfont). Trying to find that one or two tweaks to make the design feel newspapery.

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  1. This is beautiful! Love it!

  2. I have finally found what I have been looking for. I needed a newspaper just like this for my One Place Study website.

    Thank you so much for sharing this I could kiss you. ;)

    Take care

    Jayne

    PS: How can I add another weather box to the right side of the header so I have a box on either side of the header?

  3. Nice!

    Instead of

    .collumn {
      border-right: 1px solid #2f2f2f;
    }
    

    You can use

    .collumn + .collumn {
      border-left: 1px solid #2f2f2f;
    }
    

    to get rid of that final border :)

  4. @Jadire: thx a lot! Glad to have made you happy with it. Sorry for only seeing this now, but for a weather-forecast box on the right side, you would need to put a new html chunk right behind

    Newpost York
    . You might want to copy the existing weather box.

    You will then need to add another css class only to this second box. Then change the margins for box 1 to: margin: 20px 50px 50px 0; and the css for the second box to something like: margin-left: 40px;

    Don't forget to insert the new class in the media queries too, so that is also vanishes in smaller screens.

  5. @reverendgeneral

    thx! inserted it right away :)

  6. Hi, I hope you don't mind, but I used your design at www.newsjumble.site. I have linked to it from the front page. many thanks floatingworks

  7. This is soooo cute :)

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