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Old 23 December 2010, 07:25   #11
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How old does that make you then Steve?
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Old 23 December 2010, 08:26   #12
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Impressive, a good start in what could be a good career.

Not that i am a good example myself, but the wording used and the spelling would be the only clue that it was someone of 13 doing the editing. Shore, shold be sure, for exmple

Is SIB, small infaltable boat? I thought it was Soft inflatable boat?? Check phonetic L=Lima, not Limo
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Go easy on the lad, as you say, he is (only) 13!! The motivation and drive to create something like this is phenomenal for someone of his age.
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That looks like a great site - very interesting reading! out of interest do you know whether he used an online template designer type thing or a web design suite on the actual computer?
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That looks like a great site - very interesting reading! out of interest do you know whether he used an online template designer type thing or a web design suite on the actual computer?
hi, gotchiguy i used a site called yola, i guess it is online templates! i wasnt going to even try using dreamweaver or any software like that
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hi, gotchiguy i used a site called yola, i guess it is online templates! i wasnt going to even try using dreamweaver or any software like that
Good good! I've only got basic "proper software" knowledge, the online tools like piczo and freeserve and yola like you used are much easier to use

Looks like a fab site though, not only because of the design but some very useful content. Well done!!

One little thing you might like is to search the internet for fun little HTML scripts. You can set up loads of little gadgets to work like hit counters and alert boxes when people log on. None of them really add much, but I always enjoyed playing with them. There are hundreds around, and with it built on Yola it will be very easy to incorporate them

(PS I am only 3 yrs older)
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Well done, really really impressive!! keep it up
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Good good! I've only got basic "proper software" knowledge, the online tools like piczo and freeserve and yola like you used are much easier to use

Looks like a fab site though, not only because of the design but some very useful content. Well done!!

One little thing you might like is to search the internet for fun little HTML scripts. You can set up loads of little gadgets to work like hit counters and alert boxes when people log on. None of them really add much, but I always enjoyed playing with them. There are hundreds around, and with it built on Yola it will be very easy to incorporate them

(PS I am only 3 yrs older)
yes, thats what i thought so i didnt bother attempting the proper software haha, and cheers just waiting for people (not from here) to come along know, thats just a bit of SEO and then a waiting game i guess
Thanks for the tip, ive just changed the tide and weather forcasts thing using them
ahh cool (:
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I'm sorry if you thought I was giving him a hard time, it was not intended, I thought it was called feedback? As Martini kindly pointed out, a rushed post when at work can be very flawed (being from Bristol, English is my second language anyway). If you are going to put out information that you hope others might take note of, it has to be accurate, particularly if it is to do with Licencing (VHF).
Rib Kid - if I upset you (which I doubt), I'll say it again, well done, just a few tweeks needed.
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I'm sorry if you thought I was giving him a hard time, it was not intended, I thought it was called feedback? As Martini kindly pointed out, a rushed post when at work can be very flawed (being from Bristol, English is my second language anyway). If you are going to put out information that you hope others might take note of, it has to be accurate, particularly if it is to do with Licencing (VHF).
Rib Kid - if I upset you (which I doubt), I'll say it again, well done, just a few tweeks needed.
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its fine , thats how i took it haha, ive made a few tweaks eg. phonetic alphabet. and added a few more sections (navigation>stars, compass and GPS. and RNLI.. starting on tide's and weather now>sun and moon effects, neap tides, the beufort wind scale, and tide charts.)
and thanks, i know i need to make extra changes, especially in spellings

merry christmas too
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I'm sorry if you thought I was giving him a hard time, it was not intended, I thought it was called feedback? As Martini kindly pointed out, a rushed post when at work can be very flawed (being from Bristol, English is my second language anyway). If you are going to put out information that you hope others might take note of, it has to be accurate, particularly if it is to do with Licencing (VHF).
Rib Kid - if I upset you (which I doubt), I'll say it again, well done, just a few tweeks needed.
Humbly yours

PS Happy Christmas Eve
Ah well, if its feedback that you want .................................................. ..............

Happy Christmas
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