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Why not just use a thumbnail image of the site's design, Tine? It's quite
common to see such things....
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"Tine Müller" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have some old homepages which I have designed for some friends in the
>past which now have got new designs but I would still like to have this
>"old" site online because they show what I have coded in the future. What
>will be the best way to do this?
> Earlier I had a site where there was a message popup saying thats this
> site wasn't functioning any more like this example
> http://www.murraytestsite.com/settimeout.html made by Murray but I had
> been contacted from the person which now had a new design that people have
> called the office and yeld him about prices and sailingschema doesn't fit
> because they had searched Google and landed on my OLD site. So I had to
> take it offline but would really like to show it online again. And this is
> what I ask help for.
> I have tried explaining it here "Subject: Template - box popup behavior -
> help" but as you can read Murray couldn't figure out what I ask for. So I
> hope with this new explanation someone can give me a tip. :-)
> Tine Müller - Danish
Yeah I second Murray's recommendation of using images for your portfolio. That way you can completely control how it's presented.