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December 12th, 2008 @7:59 am  

this looks great. is it possible to add multiple johnson boxes with a shaded background (for testimonials)?


Paul Hanna
December 12th, 2008 @8:50 am  

Very nice i like how easy they are to edit the header text,
i have bought your copy and paste and i will be buying these from you.
Ps.I have a question for you, how do you make text links clickable on psd header templates.
Keep up the good work.

December 12th, 2008 @9:01 am  

Hi Aurelius,

The templates look really nice!

Could you give us a series of SSS templates that have the Signup form in the header?


December 12th, 2008 @9:04 am  


WOW WOW just what I have been looking for Aurelius

Cannot wait till their launch

Best Regards and A Happy Christmas


December 12th, 2008 @9:09 am  

Thanks for your feedback so far guys! It’ll surely help with the developement of this product.

@ Darren – Yes, absolutely. Johnson boxes comes right up!

@ Paul – Thanks. You can embed text on graphics like how the SSSTemplates work, but instead make them a hyperlink. Technically, you can’t use PSD format as an image type. PSD files are only for customization purposes.

@ Barbara – A signup box feature requires some work and would probably destroy the purpose of “SSS”. I’ll take note of it for a future project though. Thanks.

@ Sam – Thanks. An early Merry Christmas to you too!

December 12th, 2008 @9:12 am  

Aurelius –

SSS looks to be another great product from your amazing list of already great ones. Your products have saved a tremendous amount of time and frustration for me.

Thank you and can’t wait for the launch of SSS Templates.

GOAL !!!!!! HOMERUN !!!!!!


December 12th, 2008 @9:17 am  

Thanks a lot, Steve!

Appreciate your thoughts

Victor Manuel
December 12th, 2008 @11:21 am  

Hi Aurelius,

It’s just you say 3xS. Go ahead.
By the way when is launch day?

December 12th, 2008 @11:39 am  

Good Job! I’d like to see a new html editor besides PhotoShop so the manipulation of all the great stuff you pass along to us would be easier to do without the expense.

Keep up the good work, Aurelius!


December 12th, 2008 @11:55 am  

So far so good, these templates shown so far are very sharp and fast loading which is what I’m looking for.

However, you should add some squeezepage elements into them where you can add opt-in box within the templates with dotted lines. I like the fact that they can be easily edited with html editor.

I’ve been looking for squeezepage or splashpge templates that’s affordable without copying someone else’s work.

Thank you.

December 12th, 2008 @12:08 pm  

@ Victor – SSSTemplates will be released in about a week – two weeks.

@ Jay – Photoshop is a graphic editor, not a HTML editor, but I know what you mean. Thanks for the suggestion.

@ Paul – Yes, the video compression messed up the quality a little. The optin box suggestion is great, thanks. I’ll add that too. Squeeze page templates, sure.

December 13th, 2008 @4:15 am  

Thanks Aurelius, this looks like a great product. I help business owners do internet marketing, so these quick and easy templates are ideal for those who want to take a DIY approach.

I would also like to see some opt-in templates.

Can you also insert a header graphic (say made in one of your other products) into these templates?



December 13th, 2008 @10:20 am  

Hey, Aurelius.
Nice presentation, they do look good,
and especially the fast loading in any browser.

Just a quick question.
If you put your own header graphic in and
chuck a whole load of content inc. Audio
& Video into the centre of
them – like a sales letter thing
===> Will they still load *Fast*?

+ i agree with a previous comment for
some Squeeze Page Designs and maybe
Aurelius some slick Video Squeeze pgs man!
Hope to see some of this, keep up the good
work really appreciate your products,
Bye for now.

Cengiz Ozdemir
December 13th, 2008 @5:40 pm  

Hi Aurelius,

First of all I wish you and your family and your team a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous and Effective New Year.

My suggestion is:

Your website design is a minisite design. You may improve it by adding (as the other friends above talked about) some testimonial boxes and squeeze boxes as well as implimenting some side-bar boxes in TABLE forms.

Possibly the next step for you is TO GIVE SOME VIDEO COURSE about how you do all your nice and beautiful outputs.

I wish all the best in your efforts and works always,

Your follower,

Cengiz Ozdemir
Antalya / Turkey

December 18th, 2008 @7:17 am  

Thanks for your suggestions. I’ll take it all into consideration.

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