The width of the layouts in the templates on this page will remain the same regardless of what screen resolution the viewer has their monitor set at. The purpose of this is to give you more control over the overall look. The only thing that will change is that the empty space flanking either side will increase on widescreen monitors.
Much thanks goes to my cousin Melissa for allowing me to use some of her fabulous photography in the headers and backgrounds for templates #2, #3, #5 and #6 (although the original photo for the header background in template #6 was photoshopped to smithereens to get it to look like that).
These seven templates are the latest additions to the my complete collection of website templates here at Iron Spider. These are all table-based designs and yeah, I know, to all you web-standards gurus out there.. shame on me. In my defense, however, these will be the last table-based designs I'll be making for distribution here at this site. Henceforth, all templates I'll be making will be tableless designs.
I've been making strictly tableless designs for my own sites for several years now but have been hesitant to make them available as free templates. This is largely because modifying tableless designs can lead to some complex issues like float dropping and stuff like that which is typically way over the heads of those looking for free templates. And if you don't know what I'm talking about then please see Tables vs. Tableless Design.