are two types of online auction description: plain text
and html. Plain text is merely a chunk of unformatted text,
and can be hard to read through if the description is long.
Html descriptions, however, support custom fonts, colors,
formatting, etc. in addition to incorporated images and
graphics. They look better, can be organized much more practically,
and allow you to include a lot of information without being
hard to read. Here's a side-by-side comparison:
So why doesn't everyone use
html for their descriptions? Not everyone knows how, or
is willing to spend the time, to produce html descriptions.
That's where auctions.brianfrantz.com
comes in. With easy-to-use html auction templates for online
sellers to use for free, both reasons not to use html in
your auction description are eliminated. So improve the
look and functionality of your online auction now by using
auctions.brianfrantz.com. Get started by clicking "Create
Auction Description" above.
Note: At this time only auction
sites that allow complete HTML pages are supported. The
chief one of these is Ebay.
auctions do not allow complete HTML pages in their descriptions,
so at this time our templates do not work with either of
those auction sites. Depending on the success of this site,
support for those sites may be added in the future.
About our templates:
- No registration! You don't even
have to give your name!
- Descriptions easy to make - just
fill in the blanks!
- Descriptions easy to implement
- just cut and paste the code into the auction description
blank when you list your item.
- Keep a hard copy of your auction
html for re-use by having it emailed to yourself.
- Advanced optional functions such
as CSS link rollovers and image incorporation.
- Multiple auction styles to choose
- And once again, FREE!