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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Shoganai, Oct 23, 2010.
Would I be of any use to you on that?
I can always give strange advice!
I'm well and truly sucking at vB4, CSS and html.
I killed a vital link and have not been able to recover it.
If I were to have a smilie assigned to me over there it would be :gawddammitwtfdidijustdo!!!???*
Anything you can offer with regards to that?
I was thinking more of a moto nature....
Is a vB4 a type of Honda? html sounds like a harley?
Do you take good quality pictures?
If so, I have a special mission for you.
PM me for details.
Your photos are still in the works.......
Remember, no hurry, please.
And thank you
Edit: Short Version
I was ripoff of $750 from the first person I started to develope the site.
Wow, that really sucks. Did he even give you his demo? Why did you pay him before he delivered? In reading through your requirements, you have great ideas. But, a lot to deliver for $750. Almost too good to be true. But then, how could you know? I'm really sorry this happened to you.
I am a naturally trusting person.
True, I don't know anything about this stuff.
Derek Bok, the 25th President of Harvard said it best, If you think education is expensive, try ignorance
Thank you again.
Life goes on, sometimes in spite ourselves.
Well, you own vBulletin and have a vBulletin hosting site that will install it for you. While you are saving your $ for a custom site, maybe you could get started with a little volunteer help from your ADV friends... If you get vBulletin installed and align your initial requirements to what the software gives you out of the box, pick one of the free themes, maybe you could get your site up and running at little to no cost. Later on after you have saved up some $, you could give it a makeover/upgrade to include the custom bits. Just an idea, anyway.
I have chosen a developer after meeting a few in real life in my area.
As of today, we are now in the "Site Building Phase"
Here is the update forum lay out. If anyone has thoughts or suggestions, please post 'um.
A. Howdy Youll
1. Welcome Mat
(Dust your boots off and tell us a little about yourself)
2. Show Off Your Rides
(The bikes and the women who ride them)
1. Request a Wrenching Partner-
(Need a hand to hold a wrench or your drink)
2. Mentor Listings-
(Whatcha got garage, trailer, knowledge, manuals)
3. Up-coming Wrenching Parties
(You bring the bikes & tools, well supply the sammiches)
4. Tips, Tricks and Resources
(Know a short cut or great web site, post it here NO copy righted stuff!)
C. The Garage
Its helpful if you list you bikes in you sig line so we know what youre working on. Or be sure to post the year, make and model in you opening post.
1. Wheels, Steering, Brakes, and Suspension
(Where the rubber meets the road)
2. Fuel and Exhaust
(What goes in must come out)
3. Herding Electrons
(Magic Smoke and other 'Lectric Myths)
4. Frame, Fairing, Fit and Finish
(Chrome and Tupperware)
5. Engines and Transmissions
(---- don't know yet----) Suggestions please...
6. Paints and Coatings
(Like nail polish only more expressive)
7. Penny Tech
(Where doing it cheap is all the rage)
8. Wrenching Stories
(Show us what you're working on)
(The kitchen drawer of discussion, yeah THAT drawer)
D. The Sprocket - (nothing under this can be indexed by search engines or viewed by non-members)
1. Days of Our Lives
(Sooo hows it going?)
2. The Porch
(The rules are relaxed here so no whining ya here)
If anyone want to contact me about this via email, I have an address dedicated to the site firstname.lastname@example.org and just as I typed that I saw this...wrenchinGWENchesmotorcycle@gmail.com....that's beyond strange!
Can I be the token hot guy
So excited for you Gwen.
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Would Pool Boy be beneath you?
I'll just watch and learn..infact, I remember when it use to be fun..I'll just watch
Guess that makes me the cabana boy...