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Rookie website to show my schnapps - is it ok?


Aitchbee

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...my good friend Brian has kindly offered me his time and patience to construct and develop it.(He is a software engineer).My intention is to use it as a click here platform to occasionally show visual images(schnapps)of my posts on Speakers Corner.What's the best way to go about it. The website is www.aitchbee.com.(nothing is on it yet). Has anybody else had a go at this? Looking forward to some feedback. HB

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Forum Editor

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We have a webdesign forum for this kind of enquiry

Transferring from Speakers Corner.

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Aitchbee

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Thanks HB

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wiz-king

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You mean like this?

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Aitchbee

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Ya beauty wiz-king - I'm crying with gratitude. quite remarkable!(in a David Coleman Voice):-)

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Aitchbee

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Great Pics. wiz-king My friend Brian will be constructing the site. Could he use your website as a 'template' as a starting point for aitchbee.com.Your website is great.If not that is ok.What does your horse think?

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