Auction/Listing Templates FAQ's.
If I buy one of your templates, can I use with all of
my ebay listings/auctions?
You certainly can! Once you buy an auction template
from me you can then go and use that template an unlimited
amount of times for your own auctions listings.
Question: I've just bought one
of your templates. Can I use the graphics/template to
make my own About Me page or Store front?
Answer: Unfortunately no. When
you buy one of my auction templates, you are really
buying a single license to use that auction template
as it is sold. I do state this within my Auctions/Listing
these terms. If
this was not the case, I would have to sell the templates
for A LOT more than the low prices I offer them for
I've just bought one of your templates. Can I use the
logo from the template and the Paypal buttons for my
other ebay or non-ebay related pages that I'm not using
the template for?
Unfortunately no. When you buy on of my auction templates,
you are really buying a single license to use that auction
template as is. You are NOT permitted to 'break
up' the template & graphics for use elsewhere as
statement within my listings.
Question: I've just bought
one of your templates. I would like a matching About
Me page and or a Store Front & logo, can you do
Of course I can. As the copyright owner and creator
of all of my own graphics and the templates design,
I can create matching pages for your other ebay needs.
Please see our Ebay
Goodies section for further details.
How do I copy and paste?
Don't feel silly for asking
this question as a lot of people don't know how to do
Just to explain a little something to you; a web site
is pretty much made up of two layers. The first or top
layer is what everyone sees on the Internet with all
the whistles and frills. The second or bottom layer
is the code that Designers use to create what you see
online. This is called HTML (hyper text markup language).
To copy one of my templates, what you are really wanting
to do is copy is the HTML code so that when the template
is online, everyone can see the 'top' layer so to speak.
To do this you need to open the template using Notepad
(standard with Windows software) which will allow you
to see all of the coding for the template. To find and
use Notepad, go to your 'Start' menu button, then Programs>Accessories>Notepad.
Then with Notepad open, browse to the folder that contains
your saved template .html file and open it. You then
simply need to click on "Edit" (second from
the left in the top menu)>then 'Select All' then
'Edit'>'Copy'. The file has now been copied.
To 'paste' the copied file, you need to have open the
format in which you are going to work in ie. Turbo Lister
or HTML Editor and then in CODE VIEW (or HTML VIEW)
simply right click your mouse and select 'PASTE'. Then
toggle back to normal of WYSIWYG vie and TaDa, there
is your template!
Question: I don't understand
HTML at all, is there a way that I can edit the template
in WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) view?
Answer: Certainly and a lot of
people get nervous about having to edit HTML. I have
provided a free online WYSIWYG(what you see is what
you get) + html Editor here.
To use the Editor you need to copy and paste the HTML
for your template into the HTML section. So follow the
steps above to copy and paste your templates code into
the Editor. There are some instructions on the Editors
page that may also help you. Once you have finished
making the changes you want to the template, Simply
copy and paste the HTML code again (this time from within
the Editor) and paste the code into a new .htm file
within you 'My Documents' folder.
I use SellerSourceBook, can I use your templates there?
Answer: Yes, you sure can.
I will be adding more to this section shortly.