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hey

just wanted to see how these american civil war images from 1960's would
look via iweb. we collected these from bubble gum cards and i still love them

civil war news

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Nice collection, i have to admit, images of war is the last thing i expected to see in bubble gum.

[is pointless to click here]
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Nice collection, i have to admit, images of war is the last thing i expected to see in bubble gum.
hi mraya

i agree and don't think they would be allowed in todays free
world but things must have been different back them. the artist
is a well known american who did things like this mars attack
and other pulp fiction.

i think they are wonderful

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Almost same website, but this time the template itself has been modified.

http://web.mac.com/mraya/

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Hi,

This is my first posting. Here is a link to my first IWeb creation.

http://web.mac.com/paramotorboy/iWeb/Site/Welcome.html

Comments welcome.......

paramotor5216.
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my homepage: http://www.jeffcma.com
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@tprn: I like the big haired guy. I wish I had hair like that. :O

@fallooza: That Turdcast site is better than the Freewebs one you used to have :O
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I noticed that you have your site hosted with .Mac, but you have the web address that does not say .mac in it. When you link to your site, the .mac appears. How is that. I would host my swim teams page with .Mac, if I could get a normal web address like that.
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I bought the name from www.namesecure.com which will let you register any name you want and point it at another page. So I registered jeffcma.com and pointed it at my .mac address.

Costs 8 bucks a year. It's very good and they offer other stuff too.
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I bought the name from www.namesecure.com which will let you register any name you want and point it at another page. So I registered jeffcma.com and pointed it at my .mac address.

Costs 8 bucks a year. It's very good and they offer other stuff too.
Thanke a milion. I liked the idea of hosting with iWeb, but I wanted a name that others could remember. Thanks.
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wow this whole iweb seems to have taken off.
i still use bbedit to manual handcode..
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hey

just wanted to see how these american civil war images from 1960's would
look via iweb. we collected these from bubble gum cards and i still love them

civil war news

kind regards
I hadn't seen the original Mars Attacks cards....I have a near complete collection of the cards that came out with the movie. It was interesting to see the '60's cards. Love the presentation!
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I just wanted to see what it can do - its great for publishing little portfolios, otherwise I'll stick to good old notepad and html
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I would very much like to post a link to my site here, but I have a newb problem. I'm a virgin to website design, hosting, etc. here's the 411:
I have a domain name from godaddy
I have a web designed in iweb
I can't get rid of website tonight!
I have access to dreamweaver and thought I had my problems solved, but the server does not respond and I don't know how to unlink or whatever from website tonight.

I know I'm an idiot and there's probably one wrong "." somewhere or something, but I've been at this for hours (ok...so now it's been days...). I've tried ftp thru dw, only to get a time out.

frustrated, but happy to have found this forum,
aj
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Heres my site completly made with iweb

http://boardaddict.com
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