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When on a Webs.com site, I hate it when people choose the floating banner. :/
Welcome to The Cave of Dragonflies forums, where the smallest bugs live alongside the strongest dragons.
Guests are not able to post messages or even read certain areas of the forums. Now, that's boring, don't you think? Registration, on the other hand, is simple, completely free of charge, and does not require you to give out any personal information at all. As soon as you register, you can take part in some of the happy fun things at the forums such as posting messages, voting in polls, sending private messages to people and being told that this is where we drink tea and eat cod.
Of course I'm not forcing you to do anything if you don't want to, but seriously, what have you got to lose? Five seconds of your life?
It's not like learning basic web design skills are difficult or anything. o.o I had it all down when I was about 11.Well, what everyone else said. Though some things are understandable. For example, most people who use Freewebs don't know how to create their own layout, but premade layouts, they can join anyway. That includes me.
I was a case of finding a site with tutorials and finding none of those tutorials actually worked when you followed them step by step, or were rather cryptic or already assumed you had some basic knowledge on the subject when you really didn't. Then going to look elsewhere for info and coming across the exact same problems...What is hard about it, exactly? o.o (Honest curiosity.)
Dude, what's your problem? If you're not going to work to make a site you can be proud, that you make no money off of, then what's the point? Other than "look I own a popular site, watch my e-peen grow"I never stated it did. I know that they do suck, but I find it pointless to have to dump it for a new "unique idea" when I've been doing it long enough to know that I have at least some sort of returning audience that still reads the crap I wrote a long time ago.