This is my collection of DotNetNuke skins I created while working for Artemis Solutions Group. Working with Photoshop images of skins provided by our designer, it was my responsibility to convert the mock-up into a skin for use in the DNN content management system.
Creating these skins proved to be a larger challenge than they may appear. Much of the HTML code is created by closed source plugins, allowing minimal control over the actual output. For these skins to display properly across multiple browsers, numerous CSS workarounds had to be used. It’s always nice to have complete control over the format of your output, but sometimes it’s just not possible. In cases like these, you focus on your core users and aim to create a good web experience for them.
A web developer living in Marina del Rey, California who specializes in client-side web technologies.
If you can open it in Firefox, you can put a grid on top of it. It's easy to customize, allowing you to create the exact grid you designed your layout around.