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<p>It is still a WIP!</p>
<p>Feel free to offer suggestions / thoughts / opinions / requests!</p>
+<img style="float:none; border: 1px solid #0a192e;" src="http://www.antonydoyle.co.uk/media/k2/items/cache/13f34e2b533e12c6166f88368dcd8c07_L.jpg" /><h1>SiegeEngine is a responsive template framework for Joomla built around the Foundation3 framework. Full details and basic documentation can be found at <a href="https://www.siegeengine.org">www.siegeengine.org</a>.</h1><p>Siege Engine was hastily assembled by <a href="http://www.antonydoyle.co.uk">Antony Doyle</a>. </p><p><p>Thanks / Credits / Props to:</p>
+ <ul>
+ <li>Seth Warburton (@nternetinspired) for his <a href="http://www.joomlafuture.com">One Web framework / template</a>. Check it out, seriously. It's faster than an ostrich in a Bugatti Veyron.</li>
+ <li>Matt Thomas (@betweenbrain) - Borrowed a few code snippets and ideas from his awesome <a href="http://construct-framework.com/">Construct Framework</a>.
+ <li>Roberto Segura (@phproberto) for his assistance with PHP and Joomla related frustrations.</li>
+ <li><a href="http://www.joomla.org">Joomla!</a>, obviously.</li>
+ <li>Everyone else who offered comments & feedback.</li>
+ <li>Nescafe, for the coffee that kept me awake & focused</li>
+ <li>Anyone else who I've missed. I either read your books and thought 'that's a good point', or listened to your opinions on Twitter and liked them. Thanks.</li>
+ </ul></p>
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<h3>Check out <a href="http://www.siegeengine.org/">SiegeEngine.org</a> for more information.</h3>
<h5>Updated - 17/9/12</h5>
<p>Fixed some minor issues that were breaking a few features.</p>
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</style><img style="_QQ_"float:none; border: 1px solid #0a192e;"_QQ_" src="_QQ_"http://www.antonydoyle.co.uk/media/k2/items/cache/13f34e2b533e12c6166f88368dcd8c07_L.jpg"_QQ_" /><h1>SiegeEngine is a responsive template framework for Joomla built around the Foundation3 framework. Full details and basic documentation can be found at <a href="_QQ_"https://www.siegeengine.org"_QQ_">www.siegeengine.org</a>.</h1><p>Siege Engine was hastily assembled by <a href="_QQ_"http://www.antonydoyle.co.uk"_QQ_">Antony Doyle</a>. </p><p><p>Thanks / Credits / Props to:</p>
<ul>
- <li>Seth Warburton (@nternetinspired) for his <a href="_QQ_"http://www.joomlafuture.com"_QQ_">One Web framework / template</a>. Check it out, seriously. I borrowed a few elements, I hope it's alright? :)</li>
- <li>Roberto Segura (@phproberto) for his assistance</li>
+ <li>Seth Warburton (@nternetinspired) for his <a href="_QQ_"http://www.joomlafuture.com"_QQ_">One Web framework / template</a>. Check it out, seriously. It's faster than an ostrich in a Bugatti Veyron.</li>
+ <li>Matt Thomas (@betweenbrain) - Borrowed a few code snippets and ideas from his awesome <a href="_QQ_"http://construct-framework.com/"_QQ_">Construct Framework</a>.
+ <li>Roberto Segura (@phproberto) for his assistance with PHP and Joomla related frustrations.</li>
<li><a href="_QQ_"http://www.joomla.org"_QQ_">Joomla!</a>, obviously.</li>
<li>Everyone else who offered comments & feedback.</li>
<li>Nescafe, for the coffee that kept me awake & focused</li>

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