New RapidWeaver themes
three level split navigationLong time professional RapidWeaver theme developers, seyDoggy, have brought another first to RapidWeaver themes; three level split navigation. cataLog Pro, a web template (or theme) built for the Mac web authoring platform, RapidWeaver 4.0, is the first commercially available RapidWeaver theme to offer three separate but very usable levels of navigation.
cataLog Pro, with it's triple layer navigation, is ideal for large projects such as online stores, corporate sites and large organization web sites. The flexible tiered navigation allows web masters ultimate control over their information architecture.
cataLog Pro is packed full of modern styling and trendy design. seyDoggy built this RapidWeaver theme with attractive tabbed navigation buttons, designer colors, bold and beautiful headers and effective use of white space.
seyDesign is a division of seyDoggy Web and Graphic design and has been in operation developing and distributing cutting edge RapidWeaver themes since 2005. Known for developing the first commercially available theme with split navigation, seyDesign is responsible for continually pushing the limits of RapidWeaver.
Pricing and Availability: cataLog Pro is available now for $16.49 CAD at our online RapidWeaver theme store.
seydesign is a small, yet internationally renowned web and graphic design outfit based in Kitchener, Ontario. Having worked with clients across the UK, Los Angeles, New York, Japan... it's safe to say that seyDoggy's work has touched every corner of the globe with an internet connection. They excel in web design, graphic arts, web themes, template design, photography and digital imagery. Through their daughter site, seyDesign.com, they design and sell thousands of RapidWeaver theme designs for the global market. They also offer consulting services for other companies looking to enter the web design industry or who don't want to hire full time staff to manage their own internet or intranet web systems.
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