January 21 08:56 AM
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I've Been Framed...Not!


dream it...build it



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Your site - your look. Linear Publishing offers over 140 templates for the structure of your site all deployed without frames.

With each of our templates you may absolutely control the dimensions, appearance and content of each section (Menu, Flag and Body). Because the sections are seamless, you will have the ability to create whatever look you desire. Background colors and background images for each section insure that the techniques found on sophisticated Web sites are arrows in your quiver. With over 3,300 default settings, you'll achieve whatever look you desire.

By the way, you can change your choice of configurations at any time - and you will appreciate this level of control with Linear Publishing as your long-term Internet solution. Every so often, you will want to re-invent the look of your site to keep it fresh for your recurring visitor. With Linear Publishing, you will be able to overhaul your site in less than an hour.

While this depth of design control is great, you can also count on Linear's responsive client support to assist you in affecting any design to your site. Typically, with new clients, Linear will actually prepare the initial design based on the client's preferences - this allows new clients to initially focus on the more important job of putting content into the design.

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smiley pete"Linear publishing has provided a turnkey solution for Mile High Newspapers that far exceeds anything that we could have accomplished on our own. While the capabilities of the system are impressive, what I have found most useful is Linear's willingness to implement new features and its ability to support the ones it has. The Linear system has so many features, that one newspaper will never use them all. I have looked at other newspaper content management systems, but have yet to find one that matches Linear's price, tech support and feature set."

Justinian Hatfield
New Media Manager
Mile High Newspapers
01 - 21 - 20
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