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Steakhouse Web Template

Discussion in 'Free Website Templates' started by Mimoun, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. Mimoun

    Mimoun Administrator Staff Member Director Verified Member

    No restaurant should have to put up with websites any less mouthwatering than the food they serve. Whether you're serving steak, pizza or pasta, this website template will do your food justice.


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    Web design sub pages:

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    This website template will work with all modern web browsers.

    What is included:
    • HTML files source code
    • CSS file source code
    • Images: compressed versionssteakhousewebtemplate
    • The design source, in this case, the PSD files
    • Sliced PSD file (Photoshop source design)
    Third party Stock Photos licensed from Veer:

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    Third party fonts used:
    Font details coming soon.......

    Credit details coming soon......

    Design version 21
    Code version 2

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    Osman and CovertPea like this.
  2. ezinemart

    ezinemart New Member

    good one
  3. Osman

    Osman Member

    I love it. BTW, you have an encoding problem in the template;
    "What�s more, they�re absolutely free!" should be "What's more, they're absolutely free!".
    You may have to do a few things to sort this out:
    1. If put this tag in your page:
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> it may help, but really this is just an indication to the browser of the encoding type, which is pretty strange because the browser actually needs to know the encoding type before it reads the page & gets to this tag.
    2. Since you're using PHP, use this header:
    header('Content-Type: text/html; charset=utf-8');
    That should sort out the problem, unless the content is being read from a database where the default encoding of the fields are another charset.
    3. If you're reading text from a database (with PHP), you can set the charset mode like this:
    $options = array(
    $db = new PDO($dsn, $user, $pass , $options);
  4. Mimoun

    Mimoun Administrator Staff Member Director Verified Member

    There were some errors in the old version of this template.
    We have updated the template, removed all errors, and made some design changes.
    Updated to design version 21 and code version 2.