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Good website building tuts/advice?


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Ok I will help, I don't know what your website is so I might need that first. Maybe FTP access so I can upload the changes (send that via PM). Also details about what you want will be needed.

Blogs as they should be used are news scripts. But they get abused to write about all the little stupid details about your day to day life, and rants about political opinions. I not saying all are, but a lot of them.

but what if an outside intruder did?

Then you need a better password don't you!

Edited by Michael, 02 January 2007 - 12:24 AM.

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Ok I will help, I don't know what your website is so I might need that first. Maybe FTP access so I can upload the changes (send that via PM). Also details about what you want will be needed.

Blogs as they should be used are news scripts. But they get abused to write about all the little stupid details about your day to day life, and rants about political opinions. I not saying all are, but a lot of them.


Well I'm going to use my site as an image and my clan site so meh. :whistling:
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