Wrought Iron

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About the Wrought Iron Set
Flickering candles, barbed wire, dripping blood, rotating skulls. While maintaining the Vampire White Pages for almost four years now, I have seen the very worst in Gothic web design repeated over and over. I can't count how many times I've seen the flickering torch animated GIF, or the line that drips blood, or the cigarette-smoking skull. Well over half of the net-Goth sites are black backgrounds with red text and blue links.
Take a moment to see how much this hurts your eyes.
In the interest of prettying up the Gothic web, which is where I spend most of my browsing time, I hope to present a few more sedate sets with a darker theme. Wrought Iron is the first of these, very simple and incorporating the candlelit look that makes for a more intimate Web experience.

See This Set!



The above is a table with several images recomposited to make the lone graphic. All you have to do is ling the 'Sign' and 'View' graphic pieces to the appropriate parts of your guest book, and it will work just like an image map. The table is recreated below witha one-pixel border for ease in grabbing all the images.


Created July 2, 1999.
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