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  1. #16
    TylerMoney
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    Quote Originally Posted by design2
    TylerMoney: dont you have anything profitable to put up?
    i mean why waste money on a .com domain and host to make a site just to amuse people for 5mins? im just curious man i dont mean to criticise. I mean it isnt a site about something you love is it? do you really have alot to say? you only got pictures or the story.

    im working on http://members.optusnet.com.au/lorigan/test2/
    but im going to change the new window system and add a nav bar instead..
    any comments would be grateful.

    Design2
    Amusing people is very profitable to many people, if not mroe than on a personal level...and that's all good n fine...however....that's not me. I don't pay anything for my site to be hosted, and I paid only $8.95 for a year for the domain name (and that was about a yr and a half ago...so I bought it for another year..what's 18 dollars for two years of amusment?). You can't be that....my friends own a web design company, and give me webspace for free...this first website was to practice html and css....and to work with the programs my friends use.....so, if I was having to pay more money, or a monthly bill to host the plastersquirrel site, I wouldn't do it....but I don't...so I do....it was originally more for my friends and I, but the whole world should know about it.

    and of course I love the squirrel..it's a vital part of my life....it's also the first website I ever did...and it was all code...no perdy dreamweaver or photoshop...I knew nothing of dreamweaver at the time (could have done photoshop)....I also knew next to nothing about html or anything to do with building a website straight from code. So, there isnt' really much I could do with design at the time....and there isn't really a whole lot to say about the squirrel, other than what you can see for yourself, and the story...which I must admit is a bit hard to read....I'll try and work on the format sometime, so it's easier on the eyes...

    besides...I'll have a "worthwhile," and better designed site, up and running in about a month...I'm working on it right now....and this time I'm using things, I as a graphic design student, find an easier time working with....hope this explains more of my reasoning, and will let you enjoy the squirrel more now.

    and just to milk it...: www.plastersquirrel.com
    Last edited by TylerMoney; 05-13-2004 at 01:36 AM.

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    ive thought about bringing my fat mac (512k) to the store i work at and setting it up.. the only problem is i dont want people messing with it. i might set it up in the display case if i can convince my boss to let me.

  3. #18
    TylerMoney
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    Quote Originally Posted by design2
    im working on http://members.optusnet.com.au/lorigan/test2/
    but im going to change the new window system and add a nav bar instead..
    any comments would be grateful.

    Design2
    I seem to have gotten an error when clicking the link to your site....?....is it just me?...or is your site down for the moment (may 12 2004)

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    Yeah. I see. The squirrel thing. I met one in Jacksonville, the South side, near the Avenues Mall - that Mall had an arcade called the Dream Machine

  5. #20
    JBoss
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    Welcome to my site: http://www.flanchik.com
    Comments about posted stuff are welcomed!

  6. #21

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    not bad, you actually pulled off a fairly plain website to be looking pretty good! (all compliment, i wish i had skill to take a few colors at make it look good, i need buttons and pictures to get a decent site)

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    design2, use iServe for domains, they've got excellent support and a great interface. (www.iserve.co.nz)
    I'm in your forums, writing sentences in a grammatically acceptable manner.

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    Graphite's Avatar
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    My webpages FSC (the software one) all now have a inter-web tool bar on every page for easy navigation.. what u guys think?

  9. #24
    TylerMoney
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    Just following up :)
    Quote Originally Posted by design2
    TylerMoney: dont you have anything profitable to put up?
    i mean why waste money on a .com domain and host to make a site just to amuse people for 5mins? im just curious man i dont mean to criticise. I mean it isnt a site about something you love is it? do you really have alot to say? you only got pictures or the story.

    im working on http://members.optusnet.com.au/lorigan/test2/
    but im going to change the new window system and add a nav bar instead..
    any comments would be grateful.

    Design2
    this is more "profitale" than my other site, no?
    http://stu.aii.edu/~tgg151

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    oh, Ive also added a forum and the halo flux page.

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    Something very weird is going on with Mozilla and your site...

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    PowerBook 12" Combo Drive/867 MHz/256 MB RAM/40 GB hard drive/Mac OS X 10.3.5/AirPort Extreme it sux
    EDIT: Yeah, okay, nice freakin' job for deleting a word in one of my sites, its such a big deal that is a curse! The world is going to flood in tears, the sun is going to explode, and little kids will be shooting up schools! Oh noes!

    Sites I visit daily...

    http://www.macrumors.com
    http://www.macminute.com
    http://www.resexcellence.com
    http://www.thegfcc.com
    http://www.gta-sanandreas.com
    http://www.[deleted]thatsite.com hint, replace ['deleted]' with a word that starts with 'f' and the last 3 letters in 'duck'
    http://www.gaminglabel.com (my dead site)
    http://www.foxtrot.com
    http://www.joyoftech.com
    http://www.cafemacs.com/
    http://www.gmail.com/ (duh)
    http://www.macthemes.net/
    http://www.adiumx.com/
    http://www.psycopsy.com/
    http://www.bash.org/
    http://www.xboxlive.com/
    http://www.slashdot.org/
    http://www.kevinrose.com/
    http://www.sarahlane.com/
    http://www.alexalbrecht.com/
    http://www.thegfcc.com/
    http://www.hype.it/
    Last edited by Absolute Zero; 09-24-2004 at 11:20 PM. Reason: Because I have freedom of speech.

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    heh, yeah its a safari happy webpage.. onea these days i should build one for all browsers.. not just select few...

  14. #29
    pitythefool
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBoss
    Welcome to my site: http://www.flanchik.com
    Comments about posted stuff are welcomed!
    Sorry it's a bit far-on, but this site doesn't render properly in smaller browser windows!

    I realise that you recommend a resolution of 1280 x 854, I'm advised to turn mine down (quoted as 1280 x 960) - that's with two monster 19" (CRT) monitors side-by side at work. But sites really should be designed for smaller resolutions than that. The majority of people struggle to get 1024x768, and of those, not all of them will use all of it. Personally, I rarely have my browser windows at full-screen...

    It's not good that your title bar gets hidden by the nav-bar on the RHS...

    Anyway, just thought I'd let you know! ^_^

  15. #30
    steveedge
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    Hi
    Hello,

    My site is at the bottom of this post, below my signature.
    Some of my clients sites are.....
    Vintage Drummer magazine
    Sal Bernardi
    Fat Matt's Rib Shack
    Maria Artemis
    I have alot more clients but.....i'm tired of adding links.


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