I have a web site up at http://www.valueaverager.com. I've coded the HTML myself There are only three pages so far. I would like all of the styles organized into a separate CSS file which I can then use on all new pages of the site and expand. There is only a little bit of styling on these pages. I don't expect you to create any more than what is already there. Rather just organize it better so I can maintain it easier in the long run In addition, I have set up a blog using Blogger ([url removed, login to view]) that is published to [url removed, login to view] I would like the template for this blog to be modified so that it takes the look and feel of the rest of the site. I will provide logins to both the website and to Blogger, so that you can pull down the pages and put them back up when complete.
1. A well organized CSS file taking the look and feel of the existing site. 2. The three existing html pages recoded to use the CSS file. 3. The blog template, which, if practical, will also use the same CSS file for it's styles as the rest of the site. (If not practical, a separate CSS file).
The web pages are ASP.NET, (this is strictly HTML work but it will be easier for you if you're familiar with ASPX pages). The Blog template is for [url removed, login to view] - so the result will need to include the tags that are used there. These are well documented on blogger.com. You will use FTP to connect to the web server and the [url removed, login to view] interface for changing the template.