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  1. #101
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    how can i post a forum?
    my site: http://pokemongiveaways.yolasite.com/
    my forum: http://pokemongiveaways-forum.lefora.com/
    (I give away monthly events in return :recruit members from time to time and paricipate in posting reply or begining topics it is that easy)

  2. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by THE EXTREME ONE View Post
    how can i post a forum?
    You cannot post what is simply a forum. That's not what this section is for.

    If you want to advertise your Forum do it in your signature. Don't make a Topic here about it. That's not being mean about it. Those are simply the rules of the Forum.

  3. #103
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    dude i have been searching on how to do it for 1 week now and i am not advertising i am looking for a gd dude to help me apperently i have came to the wrong place!!!god
    my site: http://pokemongiveaways.yolasite.com/
    my forum: http://pokemongiveaways-forum.lefora.com/
    (I give away monthly events in return :recruit members from time to time and paricipate in posting reply or begining topics it is that easy)

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    Thnx, As I post this comment i do nothing to my site because I'm lazy,
    But honestly, those are very good tips to new website makers..
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    i completely agree with what chaos is saying, with all those premade templates your site just gets tacky. now i cant say anything to really take to heart as i am a very beginner webmaster. i just started learning some language and i can say that it is best to skip HTML and just go straight to XHTML, it is much cleaner and easier. and as for CSS, always use a separate document for CSS as it makes it a lot less confusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sitekickdude1432 View Post
    i just started learning some language and i can say that it is best to skip HTML and just go straight to XHTML
    HTML/XHTML are the same, XHTML is just a bit more strict. Actually XHTML is dead and HTML5 is the next standard.

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    xD Thanks for the guide. i think you should make a site secretly, and then tell eveyone when you're ready to show it.
    I am working on becoming a pro.

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    I have read this guide a variety of times since it was posted way back in 2006. I feel that I have finally made a website that I'm proud of, but I'm not sure if the kind of site I have fully follows these guidelines. I own a Pokémon art site. My niche is drawing Pokémon in what I call costumes. It is similar to how Neopets/Subeta draws their pets in special colors and whatnot. It allows me to be creative in transforming a Pokémon based on the specified design.

    My problem is that I'm not sure if my niche is a valid one. I know that there are Pokémon sites with drawings far better than mine, but I feel my site is more different because I actually alter the Pokémon's design. I'm just not sure if this fandom understands what I'm trying to portray. My site doesn't have written Pokémon articles; it is simply images and other graphics. While I do enjoy what I have created, I don't know if my site is "just another pebble on the road" or an actual brick. I'm trying to be active in more communities, and I'm trying to affiliate too. It's just hard for me to find affiliates because so many websites are closing/changing topics.

    My ultimate question is this: Are art sites such as the kind I have a nice addition to the fandom? I know websites that have Pokémon images are original, but those sites also contain written articles too. Since my site is completely centered around Pokémon images, I'm not sure that the casual fan would view it as an actual site.

    If none of this makes sense, please tell me. I'll try my best to specify.
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