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    Congrats on your new website

    Congratulations on your new website Bonnie ! It beautifully shows your work and is a pleasure to view!
    Kilt on with Confidence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grae View Post
    Congratulations on your new website Bonnie ! It beautifully shows your work and is a pleasure to view!
    Congrats, Bonnie. I just had a quick shuftie and find that yours is very well done. One of the better ones.
    Unemployment is not working!

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    Thanks Graeme and BCAC... and sorry I didn't see this thread until now.

    For a long time I was frustrated with my previous website because I couldn't update it or make changes myself since I don't know anything about computer code.

    But luckily I heard about some do-it-yourself website builders that people like me can actually do, because they use a drag and drop system instead of computer code.

    My son helped me get started and picked a nice template and Scottish style font for the titles. Then I went searching through my photo library for pictures to put on the site. Also, I was glad that I could update the page for measuring. I think it's better than before.

    If you guys have any suggestions for improvements, I'd be very thankful for your advice.
    Bonnie Heather Greene, Kiltmaker and Artist
    Traditional hand stitched kilts, kilt alterations, kilt-skirts

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    I just toured your website, and it's very nice. Congratulations Bonnie.
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    Well done, Bonnie, it looks very good. Congratulations and All The Very Best!
    Best Regards,
    DyerStraits

    "I Wish Not To Intimidate, And Know Not How To Fear"

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    Congrats! Looks very nice.

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    The site looks great. My only quibble would be that as an international viewer the currency wasn't immediately obvious. As I look at a lot of sites it's important to me to keep in mind if I'm talking about US, Canadian, Australian or Kiwi dollars.
    Aside from that it looks really good.
    quick question, what's the blue tartan you use to illustrate your 8 yard kilts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Machaggisnz View Post
    The site looks great. My only quibble would be that as an international viewer the currency wasn't immediately obvious. As I look at a lot of sites it's important to me to keep in mind if I'm talking about US, Canadian, Australian or Kiwi dollars.
    Aside from that it looks really good.
    quick question, what's the blue tartan you use to illustrate your 8 yard kilts?
    That's a good point. I just added that information ( US dollars ) on my site.
    The blue kilt is the U.S. Air Force tartan. The red one is the Aberdeen Football Club.

    Thanks for your suggestion and kind words.
    Bonnie Heather Greene, Kiltmaker and Artist
    Traditional hand stitched kilts, kilt alterations, kilt-skirts

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    Brava! Good on you. One of the cleanest, nicely-laid-out, cheeriest, most informative, inviting kiltmakers' sites ever.

    Best of fortune in attracting many, many customers.

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