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Movie company template

Discussion in 'Free Website Templates' started by Mimoun, Oct 31, 2006.

  1. Mimoun

    Mimoun Administrator Staff Member Director Verified Member

    Movie company 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
  2. crazyman

    crazyman New Member

    nice work ...
  3. Scoooooty

    Scoooooty Member

    Yer nice template... I like the banner alot
  4. neighberaaron

    neighberaaron New Member

    I have a request, can where it says united brothers be changed to "Film Industry Zone"?
    Also, can I get link images that say "Forum" and "Price"?
    I only need the images ;)
  5. JF1091

    JF1091 New Member

    How can I link the forum login box to my existing forum?
  6. solemage

    solemage New Member

    I think you need to get your forums login.php and register php and fuse em...

    Good template, but where you have the little cd's I think you should use a small film strip.
  7. neighberaaron

    neighberaaron New Member


    Can anyone help me out on my question?
    JF, if you still dont get it, IM me. I can help you there.
  8. solemage

    solemage New Member

    neighberaaron, looks, it says it comes with a psd... just open it and change it lol simple as that
  9. neighberaaron

    neighberaaron New Member

    Yes, I've tried that but the PSD doesn't just have single images.
    So I had to try and edit the image but couldn't get the same text and it threw the rest of the images off.
    This is like what I needed: http://filmindustryzone.com/images/menu_gallery.gif
  10. lmfrench

    lmfrench New Member

    When you change the PSD you have to be sure that you open each JPEG from the original file, crop your psd to exactly the same proportion or close to it, save the PSD as "test.jpg" then undo the crop to your PSD...next open the "test.jpg" and drag it over to the original image...then just hide the top layer and place a couple of guides to the original image to better help you to line up the new image over it. Or, better yet, why don't you simply edit the PSD yourself, and instead of "saving for web" (which is a HORRIBLE thing to do because it saves your entire site as images, when you don't know how to slice & code properly), post on the forum that you have changed the PSD and you would like to know if someone would help you by re-coding or something. As I mentioned on a different post, I have done this for a lot of people on here, who have all made the same mistake, I would be willing to help you too, however, I will be one month before I could because my motherboard in my cpu was fried by lightening and I am borrowing a friends laptop so I have NONE of my programs, no Photoshop or anything...anyhow, I am sure someone else on the board would be more than happy to re-code the template for you if you post in the right section. :)
  11. redsoxfan

    redsoxfan New Member


    I don't have any fancy or high tech photo editor, so I am unable to do certain things. I was wondering if you could edit the banner so thay it says 'SGV Inc.' instead of United Brothers. Also, could you make the links:

    About Us

    In respective order.

  12. romancinmelanson

    romancinmelanson New Member


    First off, awesome layout! Secondly... I'm having a hell of a time trying to edit it in FrontPage. I can open up the index page just fine, but for some reason its not embedding the images. When I preview it it comes up as a very bare bones version of the page with no images at all.

    I opened up the index page, and the css style sheet. Is there something I'm doing wrong? I already posted this in the FAQ How to forum but haven't received any responses. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!!

  13. lmfrench

    lmfrench New Member

    Did you change the images at all? If you changed the images and used the "Save for web" option in Photoshop, that was your mistake. You have to actually leave the image names as is and redo them one at a time.
  14. romancinmelanson

    romancinmelanson New Member

    Thanks for responding :) I didn't change anything at all. As soon as I open it up in FrontPage and try to preview it, that's what it does. No images. Is FrontPage not a good editing program to use for this particular template?
  15. lmfrench

    lmfrench New Member

    No frontpage works fine, I use it. You have to be sure that you have unzipped the file exactly as it was zipped and make sure your opening the index.html in frontpage.
  16. romancinmelanson

    romancinmelanson New Member

    When you did that did the images show up in your preview or did you have to wait until you actually published the page for the images to show up?
  17. Bishop MoNk

    Bishop MoNk New Member

    can any one tell me where or the fonts used in these templets so we can edit them using the same fonts?

    Or give us the name of the fonts pls so we can buy or down load them
  18. koflash

    koflash Member

    Simply great template for movie sites :) Thanks
  19. koukla516

    koukla516 New Member

    I was looking for a base photography website, and this is exactly what I was looking for... very nice design! Not too many websites for photography / film out there... Thanks! ;)
  20. emilypal

    emilypal New Member

    I enjoyed the design of your template.
    It’s nice that your template has friendly navigation menu.
    The header looks really impressive and it helps us to feel the spirit of filming process.