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wat are your views torwards this site i am making?


Jwbjnwolf

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click here
It is not an actual genuine website or store, it is all fictional as it is created for my ict work in school only and not for any other purpose.
It is not yet finished either but i would like some views towards it and some comments on what could be improved.
out of ten, what would you give it?
and remember to keep checking back every now and then because as you read it, chances are, that I am still editing it.
I will say when i have finished it.

High five to who ever gives suggestions and reasons and comments.

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Jwbjnwolf

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Will see what like when get in school
Why do council's and schools use just IE and not any other browser? as find IE so annoying. For starters, I do not think school has popup blocker on, and secondly, I cannot spell check stuff. Is it because schools and councils have to use digitally signed stuff?

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Forum Editor

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when you login to edit your site - you're doing it on a secure server.

When you want to link to the site afterwards, just type the url with the http prefix, like this:-

click here

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