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Thanks. I will give it a try.
my router threw up a possible web threat when I tried to load your page.
Yea, I agree. Pretty cool stuff. It flows nice, has good order and is truly gory man. Also, you aren't trying to do too much at once. The purpose of the site is clear. Thanks for the chance to look at it!
I will comment. I read a post on your blog. You are very transparent, meaning, you don't mind allowing other people to see what is in your heart. That is cool and a bit refreshing because in a world where most people who are blogging are trying to make money, you seem to just be revealing yourself and searching for your place in the world. There are some issues with your use of English. You end a lot of sentences with a preposition. That is not a good practice. Occasionally, it is okay, but only if used to express the language of a character or something else like that. I am also wondering about your culture. I sense there is something that you are not saying that you could say to inform the reader of why you are struggling over the issues you are facing. I like the conversational style of your writing, though. If you were to structure it a little more, you would do yourself justice.
I went to the cafe today and met with my friend. We sat and talked for about and hour. At one point I asked her, "What do you think about the weather?"
She replied, "I believe the weather is fine. What is your conclusion?"
"Can't stand the heat!" I exclaimed. "I wouldn't mind going on a trip somewhere with a milder climate."
Dialogue should always be separated by paragraphs and be consistently understandable. You will flow well in your writing if you implement this idea.
I hope I was helpful. God bless and have a good day!
I really like your site. Great topic. The pictures change too fast sometimes when there is more to read. That says a lot for the slides though. I tried to read them. The problem is I could always finish and I lost attention. I'm not sure. I might have ADD. Have a good day!
Your picture in the "About Me" section is very narrow. It might just be my browser IE8. I like the colors. Very relaxing. Your fonts are easy to read for size also. At first I didn't see any call to action, but then I noticed your newsletter sign up. I happen to be interested in branding so I signed up. I am interested to know how you do with traffic. Is your niche market saturated with providers? The mechanics of signing up and receiving the report went well. I already downloaded to my phone. Thanks. Have a great day!This reply has been marked as private.This reply has been marked as private.
Very Nice!!! I like the Labrynth and the ability to listen easily to the sermons. It took a little while for QuickTime to initialize, but that could be my computer's issue. Your site has given me some ideas for my church's site too. thanks!
Not sure how I missed that. Thanks man!January 4, 2013 at 8:42 pm in reply to: Studiopress, plugins, interactions, any input welcome! #9664
Thank you for your response. I don't currently have a site. I have been developing the idea and waiting for a little cash. It is hard to wait, but I have learned a lot and proved to myself that I will perservere. I think that is pretty important for anything in life to be successful. Anyway, I did start some sites and got over zealous when I taught myself CSS and HTML through html.net. I bought some PHP books and realized I was out of my league. Then I ran into WP. The concept of not having to write any code is fantastic. I am hopeful that I will be able to do everything else that is necessary. I am concerned about security, but Studiopress says they are very secure through the framework. I believe I have found a home here at studiopress. It all starts in February when I get the money I need. Thanks again for the input.
I was checking out Mark Jaquinth's webpage and he has an interesting plugin called WP Help. It enables you to create help topics within the dashboard for whatever you are working on. I haven't even used wp yet, but I may be using this plugin. Anybody?