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    Charles, 9th Oct 2012 7:25 pm

    Chami,

    I don't do real fancy web pages. They all seem to have something to do
    with photographs and involve a lot of links to larger views of the same
    image. With Tools, I just finished another web project regarding a
    dinner party that we had. I discovered things that I previously did not
    know about the capabilities of Tools. I was flat out amazed! So much
    easier than 292, so user friendly. It is simply awesome! Such work of
    a genius. Wow!

    Thank you . . .

    Charles

    • Don M, 10th Oct 2012 7:32 am

      Charles,

      My web pages are also quite simple and contain images link to larger
      views of the same image. Can you give an example of what you learned so
      that I might see if this can help me as well?

      Don

      On 10/9/2012 7:25 PM, Charles wrote:

      Chami,

      I don't do real fancy web pages. They all seem to have something to do
      with photographs and involve a lot of links to larger views of the same
      image. With Tools, I just finished another web project regarding a
      dinner party that we had. I discovered things that I previously did not
      know about the capabilities of Tools. I was flat out amazed! So much
      easier than 292, so user friendly. It is simply awesome! Such work of
      a genius. Wow!

      Thank you . . .

      Charles

    • HTML-Kit Support, 12th Oct 2012 10:22 am

      On 10/9/2012 7:25 PM, Charles wrote:

      Chami,

      I don't do real fancy web pages. They all seem to have something to do
      with photographs and involve a lot of links to larger views of the same
      image. With Tools, I just finished another web project regarding a
      dinner party that we had. I discovered things that I previously did not
      know about the capabilities of Tools. I was flat out amazed! So much
      easier than 292, so user friendly. It is simply awesome! Such work of
      a genius. Wow!

      Thank you . . .

      Charles

      Thank you very much Charles! A programmer gets more energy from kudos
      like this than a case of Redbull :) (and less jittery too)

      I appreciate the kind words.

      Chami