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I've spent the last few hours updating the webpage. I *think* I've fixed all the broken links.......let me know so I can fix it.

My dear, sweet, talented friend did a bang up job with my rough sketches, yes? I now have buttons and banners and they are *exactly* what I had in mind when I drew them up! I have just enough .html knowledge to update my own pages, but I couldn't figure out how to turn pen and paper sketches into .jpg images. (The fact that I have no scanner might have played a part in this...) Madame Torchie is a whiz at this stuff - and her jewelry is awesome! Seriously, go visit her site and send her some love, OK?

My brother installed a gallery to my pages, too - but I can't wrap my brain around it right now. I uploaded the blue shetland yarn but haven't done anything else with it. I need to figure out the whys and wherefores of it - I *think* it's to add to my LJ picture album...but am brain-dead right now. Must recover from 3 hours of writing .html. *g*

I'm tired...but my webpage looks better now, I think. Whee!
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Date:March 9th, 2005 09:53 pm (UTC)
Very nice! Holler if you need help with the gallery. It's actually separate from whatever you have on LJ, but you may be able to use the two together. (I don't know anything about the LJ album; I'm not a paying user!)

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Date:March 10th, 2005 12:58 am (UTC)
Thanks! I love the banners and buttons......

The main reason I went to a paid LJ account wasn't for the pictures, surprisingly - it was to be able to change my user pic for each and every post. *g* Yeah, it's a silly reason......but it works!

The paid account also lets me do a bit more with the embedding in the webpage. *shrug* Again, works for me!

I'm trying to figure out if I can use a banner on my friends page....this is going to take a bit more research, I think.
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