Open Source Website Designs

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Looking for website design ideas? Check out the Open Source Web Design site. You will find over 1000 completely free website designs (open source) ready to be downloaded. You could either use complete designs, or glean site designing ideas from the many different options available.

Open Source Web Design is a place to download free web designs and share yours with others. We help make the internet a prettier place. – oswd.org

All the website designs can be easily previewed and downloaded, and come with source images along with everything else you will need to make a great looking website. Some also come with multiple stylesheets, allowing you to easily tailor the look and feel of your particular website. You can even contact the author of any given design in the event that you have questions or just want to hire them to design MORE stuff for you.

All-in-all, the Open Source Web Design site is a pretty useful tool for any website designer to keep in their ‘back pocket’.

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