Apparentlymany web designers are fluent in Latin. Initially IthoughtI'd have to learn Latin in order to design. Fortunately, after Iflunked out of Latin 001, I discovered there is no such requirement.They just want to discourage non-Latin speakers fromattemptingweb design. But, to me, that's like saying you have to pass a course inRoman numerals in order to study calculus. You don't, in fact! However,some students prefer having the background. So, if you're interested,the course is called Roman Numerals I. The advanced course is calledRomanNumerals II, I think.
You are free to use this template for any legal purpose. If you want totake it home and serve it a nice candle-lit dinner, go for it.Just spare me the details. I ask only that my quiet creditremains (see below). If you actually use it to makea website, I'd love to know. Please send me a link. Iwill shower you with excess complimentary verbiage.And it's totally without charge, not even shipping. In fact, I may even payyou for your fine modifications.
No, I won't pay. Sorry. But it is free. As long as I get my credit.
I went with the stark look - no pictures. But if you prefer,you can addimages. Stock.xchng is a great site for free images. Try it. In caseyou were wondering, the name of the template - Gold Medal - inno way implies approval of the International Olympic Committee. Infact, they refused to even look at it. The nerve.
Back to the whole compliant business. I'm afraid I may have seemed flipin my earlier comments, which were insufficiently respectful ofcompliance. Let me just say, I believe first in the Constitution of theUnited States, and second in the total moral authority of the W3C.Therefore, I proclaim with pride that this template is fully validatedcode.