Creating frames or templates that have them already?

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I am not sure if i am asking correctly, but are there any templates that have frames? like such ecommerce sites...http://lulus.com/..... I really would just like another sqaure frame in my template and I would like to put a backround image along the sides like the example. Is that possible or do I need alot of html? your suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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annmarie050

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Peter

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Hi Annmarie,

I think that if you select the style "Clean Slate" this style also allows you to add your logo at the top part of the page.

Select a big "background image" and on the "Content side-bar" select "Properties" and scroll down to "background-image" click the ellipse and upload your image.

Add your main image with an image widget. ie from the "Content side-bar" select "Content" select an image widget and your photo

(You could use any number of facilities to give you the white border around the photo including Picassa, Photoshop or others). The page should start looking like the main body of the page you mentioned.

{If you are wanting to add a logo then this would be added by replacing the banner with your logo image. You can also include other info within this logo image file and once again an image manipulation program is your friend on this one.}
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Purely Genius.... thanks for the tip, it worked out! I was skimming through the templates and didn't notice that on that particular one you can change the banner and background, as the others were limited.
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hello annmarie, check my site, i made my own frames with Photoshop.

http://digitalretouching.synthasite.com