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Plus the dupe within another class as support for that sub heading. My original intent is still to do a web page much as you did. Time is the issue, spring is busy on a farm in the spring. Heck it's busy all the time. Who am I kidding.
BTW, I like the web page! A great reference for the user. Credit is not always necessary but I do appreciate the mention.
Thanks. Yeah, it sure took a while to make that page, but that's probably because I wrote it in a text editor Probably easier to use templates like I did in the past ... but I don't like any of the 'free' templates they offer me, they always tend to look unprofessional.
My site isn't even half finished yet ... it will have many more things ... when I get around to it I'll tell you if I find more useful links.
Yes, it all comes down to time. My wife and I are going away for the holiday. I hate to waste that much time but I am looking forward to the trip. Get those horses to earn their keep!
I just have to schedule some time to get this project to a close. My site is still sitting on one of my development systems.
I agree templates are an easy way but I prefer to roll my own. That way everything becomes part of my tool box. Thus I control the content without outside problems. Even GPL/GNU can be challenged. But I don't want to debate the issue since flames can get rather large.
The links are now at 132! I've been updating the headings and links along with a little organization.
I've added new links to the original post. Still need too do some formatting.
I'm spending more time than I should on this thread. It seems the original idea of a web page was the way to go. I am moving a lot of the information to a web page to allow better presentation and expanded information.
I've been using Nvu 1.0 to author and it's nice & free to boot. I hope to have the pages available soon.
Thanks! I'll look into those later in the day. Hopefully I get my truck back today, $$$. I'm back logged because of the truck being in the shop for the past week. I have so much to catch up on the 'farm'.