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How to get good ebay templates?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Buliwyf, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. Buliwyf

    Buliwyf Junior Member

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    I need some good looking templates....
    can anyone tell me a site or any place where i can get em?

    thanks!
     
  2. TheChronicles

    TheChronicles Regular Member

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    i use auctiva.com
    or you could make one
     
  3. virtualgeorge

    virtualgeorge Junior Member

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    I have never looked, but I have never even seen ebay templates, just services like auctiva that already have the pre-made templates.

    But if you have a little html knowledge its easy to copy someone else's auction page and make your own re-usable template. You just have to be sure to save any images used and upload them to your own server and then be sure to change the reference in the html to YOUR images instead of theirs.

    There is also a prog in the downloads, WinHTTrack website copier that works awesome and makes it easy to copy sites and grabs all the images & code so you can create your own templates. However, I have never tried it on an ebay page.
     
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  4. ineedmoney1

    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    listing factory is pretty good. Thats what i used, yes i paid for it, i could not find a cracked version. Just make sure you don't let them host your pictures if you have multiple ebay accounts or it can lead to you being linked together and suspended. but it's great if you only use one ebay account, or have multilbe hosting account to host your own images on one for each ebay account.
     
  5. chochorilaz

    chochorilaz Newbie

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    i have ebay and eshop script...

    it's not free... you can buy this from me...
     
  6. thetoynest

    thetoynest Newbie

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    Personally I would just use front page and create them yourself, would take just a few minutes (same amount of time to make one as to use a premade one)
     
  7. Lawrencess

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    Just google something like "Free website templates" and pick something you like.

    A good option is to make the tweaks in the css on a staging server until you have it perfect. Then copy the rendered HTML into your listing program.

    This will put all the HTML inline, making eBay much happier about it.

    I tried running templates with CSS headers or footers, and ebay would only render it 10% of the time and sales really suffered.