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"Ravena" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hello forum members,
> It's been years since I build my 2nd website and now I need to do some
> revamping. Is there anyone out there who would be willing to help me
> build a
> simple template, please? I've searched the web for free templates but
> really appeal to me.
> I don't need anything fancy, I just want a drop-down menu bar below my
> and an opt-in email box on one side of the screen.
> I'm a very nice person to work with, a dedicated hard worker, a quick
> and I do have a little bit of web building experience when I built my own
> using Dreamweaver 4. I have Dreamweaver MX now and it has lots of new
> on it that I'm not familiar with. I can't afford to pay someone to build
> revamp the site for me and I really need to get this business off the
> I spent the last full year writing a book, and I'm putting it into ebook
> format right now to sell on my site. I would be MORE than willing to give
> a copy in compensation for help.
> I signed up for a build an ebusiness in 28 days challenge and learned a
> tremendous amount, but I like using Dreamweaver better, it gives me more
> freedom and flexibility. And this company charges $47/mo for keeping my
> site on
> their server, which is more than I can afford to pay right now. The
> template I
> used to create the new site in that challenge doesn't transfer over, so
> all I
> can use is the salescopy information I worked on.
> That site is too commercial for me and my old site is too much like a
> portfolio, so I'm looking for a happy medium that resonates my essence and
> still keeps visitors interested and hopefully sales!
> Feel free to view both sites to see where I'm at.
> old site built using Dreamweaver that I want to revamp with new template
> colors: http://loves-angel.com
> new site that is one long salescopy: http://nancyauthor.com
> I like this woman's site layout and colors, although I might use blue:
> Sorry this post is so long, but I wanted to explain fully in order to
> a person who is seriously willing to help me. I can't imagine that it
> take that much time.
> Thanks so much,
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