Hey Everyone, Noticed a few people sharing their new website creations to showcase their woodworking skills and accomplishments. I just got mine set up two weeks ago and would love some feedback too! Still trying to fix a few viewing errors that seem to occur on different web browsers. www.woodsimplymade.com Thanks for your time and opinions!! Mike
My web site has been an evolution process. I’ve been trying to make thing easier to navigate and to especially find information. One of the main draws to my site has been the Current Projects page. There I post pictures daily on what I am working, I also have a video stream of the ship, that will show 1 of 4 camera view of the shop. Customers watch what I’m working on. ArchivesI’ve always archived my pictures each month, but would put the links on a separate page. Th...
Hello all. I’ve been promising to do this for ages and now I have finally committed to it. At the moment I have a free site on Moonfruit the URL for which is in my strap line and is www.theartofboxes.moonfruit.com I will be going to my own domain name (ie without the moonfruit bit) in the near future. I’m busy exploring the capabilities of the website building software at present and trying to get it all together in a bundle that makes some kind of sense. So have a loo...
K.I.S.S. …KEEP IT SIMPLE… right? Some of you will remember the old site. It was pretty good but not very straight forward. The navigation was not very intuitive. My new site is MUCH easier to figure how to get around. Please let me know what you think. And send me a note from the “contact” page so I know its working properly if you could. By the way, there are lots of photos so it may be a little slow to load. Here’s the link: http://www.blakeweberwoodwo...
What a day I’m having! Okay, so September of last year I was gearing up to buy a band saw. I liked the Craftsman 18” Wood/Metal deal for $1300 (and eventually got that one). Above the picture on the saw’s page were clickable, hierarchical categories, something like “Power Tools > Saws > Band Saws.” You could click on each to go to broader categories – pretty standard. I noticed in the address bar that these category names were echoed in the URL as variab...
Whether or not you ever visited my old website, take the time to visit it now: ThisWoodwork.com I have taken the time to entirely re-build the website in order to provide more features as well as making it easier to add posts so new articles should come more reguarly! You can now upload your own project or workshop tour by visiting: http://thiswoodwork.com/submit-project/ Hope you enjoy the new layout, let me know if you have any ideas, as wel as what you think at ThisWoodwork.com ...
I have been busy lately, not only building boxes, but beginning to try and market them. I just opened my website throuh Volusion. http://www.volusion.com/ After checking out several companies like them, I thought they fit my needs the best. You can set up to take credit cards through them, so it is pretty much one stop shopping. The template I chose is free, but they offer upgrades if you want. Then they charge a monthly fee. That varies according to the plan you choose. Check it out...
Hello everyone,Just a note to say Lorna (moonls) and I have developed a website. It is www.ekldesigns.netAny comments, criticisms or other feedback is welcome. Ellen
Hey just wanted to let everyone know I posted my photography site back up. The URL is http://tylersphotography.tk Please visit it and tell me what you think. You can now comment, and sign up for an RSS feed. Thanks
In the age of blogging, it seems that there are an overwhelming amount of ways to obtain an online presence. The free options are plentiful, though they will inevitably leave you with a less than desirable website address (e.g. endings with .blogspot, .wordpress). This led me to investigate buying (or technically renting for a choice of years) a domain name for what I was surprised to discover was a relatively modest sum of $8.99 a year for a .com (though I’m sad to say it’s now...
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