~ the love of wood ~ #3: Boutique Timbers - New Website

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Blog entry by DoctorDan posted 1598 days ago 965 reads 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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I purchase most of my nicer timber in rough slab form from Mal Ward from Boutique Timbers. They’ve recently asked me to help them set up a website for their business. They didn’t want much, just an online business card with contact details. Recently, I’ve grown to like blogger and thought I could use it to meet their needs.

Any feed back on site design, navigation, layout, information, etc I’d be more than happy to receive an email.

-- Daniel -

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#1 posted 1598 days ago

Not bad… Dan..

-- Drink twice... and don't bother to cut... @ For lovers of all things timber...

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Derek Lyons

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#2 posted 1598 days ago

If you’re going to use it as just a website builder rather than an actual blog, I’d go into your template and turn of the entry date.

-- Derek, Bremerton WA --

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#3 posted 1597 days ago

Nice site Dan; I didn’t realise that you could use a blog site like that – I thought all of the content had to be in posts.

My only suggestion would be to make the text a bit bigger in the main body. It’s fine in the side menus, but I found it a bit hard to read.

Off topic, but how’s that Roubo coming along, we haven’t heard much lately?

-- John

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#4 posted 1597 days ago

Hey Johnny,

Thanks for the q about the roubo. Got side tracked with a small kitchen bench top last week. Was just out in the shed oilling the sliding leg vice. It’s getting there… slow and steady… will aim to post something soon.


-- Daniel -

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#5 posted 1597 days ago

That’s a very nice site. It’s pretty cheap & easy to get a domain and insert similar HTML to what blogspot is generating (View Source-Select All-Copy-Paste). This allows you to have e-mail addresses like I think these little touches add a lot of professionalism to a small business. Feel free to PM me, my girlfriend is a very successful at programming/web hosting.

-- You can't control the wind, but you can trim your sails

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