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Hot sause template

Discussion in 'Free Website Templates' started by Mimoun, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. Mimoun

    Mimoun Administrator Staff Member Director Verified Member

    Hot sause template.

    Click on the image to view in real size:


    The website template will work perfectly with all modern browsers.
    Tested with:
    What is included:
    HTML file
    CSS file
    PSD file Photoshop source design

    By downloading the website template you agree with the terms of use

  2. Dexxa

    Dexxa New Member

    That Looks Hot :p
  3. lefidel

    lefidel New Member

    Hello happy fews,

    (sorry for my poor language. I'm french and my notions of English are very poor.)
    I just want to say to you that I adapted the template Hot Sause to be useful under the CMS made simple as you can see on the demo here.

    And shortly, I will create a package to help others users to install it on their own site under simple CMS made, if you are ok for this.

    Let me know what you think about it, if I stop this work or not.
  4. hostdaddy

    hostdaddy New Member

    Definatley an older style template, but looks good!
  5. jordan333

    jordan333 New Member

    I feel a recipe website idea coming on!
  6. provobis

    provobis New Member

    Like this template because it has a style I have used on another site here myweb.ecomplanet.com/HIFI2650/default.htm Because my host has recently crashed and corrupted my FREE site (no ftp privileges) I cannot transfer to another host but must try to copy as much as possible in the same style. Nothing fancy obviously, but basic pages with the pages menu on every page (about 19-20 pages). Each page has specific parts/info text with no photos (though it
    might be nice to be able to insert photos as needed). This "Hot sauce" template appears to have that capability. I would like the administrator and members to advise if I could use this template and modify or change the menu categories, header, photo, etc, and if I can create my own pages content in each and every menu category. I have a new web host with FTP ready to go but finding it too complex to use software like Joomla. Opinions and advice please?
  7. tomw

    tomw Member

    Hello, welcome to FWT.

    I’m currently developing a CMS in which you can use to convert templates into themes for your site layout. If you interest in trying it out, I can help you to set it up.

    Here is how your site would look like using the Hot Sauce template:

  8. provobis

    provobis New Member

    Thanks for your reply but not sure we're talking about the same thing. I used the "Hot Sauce" example as a template that looks most like my other site build. I just don't know if I "import" Hot Sauce it would work (and look) the same same as my original (URL posted in my first post. To be clear I have a new site hosted by 000webhost.com, but have not built anything on it for lack of a template and/or CMS. As I said Joomla seems too difficult for me so all I have at 000webhost is the website builder. Do you think I could use Hot Sauce in that way? And what exactly are you offering to do with Hot Sauce? Sorry if I didn't understand you.
  9. tomw

    tomw Member

    Instead of me explaining this in detail, you could do following:

    • Go to my project site and download install.zip and unpack it. It should only contain one file, which is install.php
    • Upload it into your webhost using FTP and run install.php and click on Install Trade-Th Site Builder.
    • The CMS should be installed if no errors encountered.

    Let me know when you completed the above and we will work on getting a template you like to use.