overdoseA grid-style layout that prioritizes its readability regardless of device. Key point is the gradient text title - if you're css-savvy enough to change the gradient from the standard linear angle I have, you can make it any style you'd like. I recommend punchy high-saturation colors as your accent with a more toned down background - it makes the overlay blend stand out! It uses a backdrop-filter to blur and desaturate what's behind the content, so your text should be readable regardless of how busy the background image you choose is.
night owlNight Owl is a full thread that offers role slots with a horizontal scroll and specific "screens" for each section instead of tabs. It's not the most readable layout, but it's fully mobile compatible. The background is done via blurring filter and layering a noise image on top. It's slightly darkened, although I believe most can figure out how to adjust that to meet their preferences. Almost everything is done using position absolutes.
night owlThe CS that accompanies the interest check layout. This is definitely on the simpler side in terms of, though the way it appears makes it seem otherwise. There's room for basic information, a role, kanji or maybe a nickname, a quote, and a combined backstory/personality section.
mr. cleverA really clean layout which features gradients and an area for a pokemon team. There's lots of room to shove information into, and it's rather simple to add and remove areas. It works especially well for faceclaims with limited images as it only requires a 100x100 icon.
moon nightA grid-style strictly black and white character sheet that's especially good for people who have several images they want to use. On mobile, it collapses into a single column layout. There's a filter applied to all images so you don't need to worry about that either.
limboA simple layout geared towards 1x1 blurb-type character sheets. There's room for personalization, as well as a section for side characters that expands in height alongside the character cards to the left. In mobile, the main character cards collapse into a single column while the side characters become a scrollbox at the end of them.
i'm mono. all codes are free for use and modification. i focus on cross-device compatibility and accessibility rather than making things "pretty" please ensure RTE is off when using my codes. feel free to ask questions!