Free Photoshop browser templates

You need a clean browser screenshot for a design presentation? Look no further: our free photoshop browser templates for your professional screendesign come in 1024x768 pixels and 800x600 pixels size , all kinds of different browser flavours and with a few extras on top. What kind of extras?

Free Photoshop browser templates More than just a browser screenshot: extra features!

Download your free Photoshop browser template:


More than just a browser screenshot: extra features!

Our photoshop files include a screenshots of your selected browser in 2 different sizes: 1024x768 pixels and 800x600 pixels. For both sizes, the safe viewing area is marked in a separate layer.

More than just a browser screenshot: extra features!Browser components are also separated onto individual layers so you can adjust them or switch them off them as you like:

  •  Page title 
    (text layer that you can simply type your title into)
  •  Address field 
    (text layer that you can simply type your URL into)
  •  Favicon 
  •  Scrollbar 
  •  Dropshadow 
    (for OS X browsers)

Plus, there's a 60 pixel grid included in an additional layer to help you layout columns: every area you design according to the grid should easily be divisible into 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10 or 12 columns without resulting in half-pixel errors. Download this amazing package for free - right here.

Just a simple browser screenshot

If all this Photoshop mumbo-jumbo is more than you're actually looking for, you can also just grab yourself a screenshot of the browser you'd like:

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by Dave Shea, Molly E. Holzschlag. Proving once and for all that standards-compliant design does not equal dull design, this inspiring tome uses examples from the landmark CSS Zen Garden site as the foundation for discussions on how to create beautiful, progressive CSS-based Web sites. By using the Zen Garden sites as examples of how CSS design techniques and approaches can be applied to specific Web challenges, authors Dave Shea and Molly Holzschlag provide an eye-opening look at the range of design methods made possible by CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). By the time you've finished perusing the volume, you'll have a new understanding of the graphically rich, fully accessible sites that CSS design facilitates.

Need anything else besides browser screenshots?

Is there anything else we could do for you? Some other browser you'd like to see here? Some other tool you'd like us to provide? Some other tool you'd like us to link to?

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