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I created my website in Publisher, which turns out to have
been a problem because it's noncompliant to w3c standards.

I've just downloaded some standards-based WYSIWIG editors
and will begin rebuilding it. Any tips?

Also, for a new education-realated website, what's a good
number of hits to receive a day?

What are some inexpensive ways that you have gotten the
word out about your site?

Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge.
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Max /blockquote>

You must have figured it out because I see the images on
the other pages.

On 10/12/07, Z (HELP! now my modified images won't show up!) wrote:
> On 10/10/07, Max wrote:
>> You're website does not even define a doctype. Which
>> doctype would like to validate?
>>
>> ...See More
Oct 12, 2007
R /blockquote>

A good way to get your site known is to use WebCeo. It is
free and will list your site with a few hundred search
engines worldwide. Once you are happy with your site, then
start using AdSense...once you are on Google's team then they
will start showing you off.

Throw you site around at forums, post...See More
Nov 27, 2007
Z /blockquote>

On 10/10/07, Max wrote:
> You're website does not even define a doctype. Which
> doctype would like to validate?
>
>
>
I'm not sure if Max visits the site anymore, but if you're out
there, Max, I FINALLY revamped my MS Publisher site. It was a
SERIOUS undertaking. I've linked it...See More
Jan 5, 2008
Max /blockquote>

On 1/05/08, Z wrote:
> On 10/10/07, Max wrote:
>> You're website does not even define a doctype. Which
>> doctype would like to validate?
>>
>>
>>
> I'm not sure if Max visits the site anymore, but if you're out
> there, Max, I FINALLY revamped my MS Publ...See More
Jan 5, 2008
Max /blockquote>

... this forum software is so bad ...

I tried to say:

"Look folks, no tables!"

... but the forum editor messed up my message.

She did her site with a pure CSS style sheet layout using
"divs" instead of "tables". The look is consistant throughout
the site and because all pages use th...See More
Jan 5, 2008


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