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imnothardcore

 
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alright i was given a business name, some text, 3 colors and a pencil drawing of a logo and was told go go go.

anyway, im building a website I slapped it up on geocities fo' free to get your guys opinion.

http://geocities.com/jrutis/

let me know what you think or if you have any ideas.

none of the links work cause they aren't there, but obviously its pretty much gonna follow the first page.
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Not a bad start, have you considered using iWeb? I here that it's amazing, that and the new MobileMe service is a quick low-cost solution to running a small online business.
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i used flash and write all the css/html out myself....
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Nice, well I am new to Mac so I am looking to explore web creation using iWeb.
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i just opened iWeb to just see it, wow, its simple.

lol, should be fun for you to make your first page, and have it look nice.

I remember making my first website like, 11 years ago. All that I had was notepad and my PC it was pretty simple looking.....lol

Blows my mind how easy it is for someone to just grab a WYSIWYG editor and make something complicated so easily.

have fun
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I have a very good opinion on event planning websites. I always plan my events with the help of Center'd ; People, places, plans. I found it very good.
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