Link your original page to an external stylesheet,
then look at some templates,
their presentational rules, and their structural objects.
CSSZenGarden, a place where one can obtain free CSS stylesheets.
The css Zen Garden is about functional, practical CSS and not the latest bleeding-edge tricks viewable by 2% of the browsing public. The only real requirement we have is that your CSS validates.
CSS Trappist Monastery - built on same model as CSS Zen Garden
These latter two are interesting to look at, but we would recommend you use the other resources if you wish to use a template.
This video discusses using one web editor to work with a template, but you can do the same with your text editor and your browser.
For the design component, think first about accessibility by looking over Introduction to Web Accessibility by the W3C
And then, think about design in the larger sense, how good design helps us do what we need to do, and poor design hinders us. Think about it while planning your site.
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