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there were marks on it before i even took off the shrinkwrap
I CARRIED IT LIKE IT WAS A NEWBORN BABY THE WHOLE RIDE HOME
Have another view!
Only 990's kids
Where can I buy one?
I recommend seeing your local physician for referrals to hug retailers
Stop doing this and get caught up in your classes.
I got double dash
You gotta buy these new games kid
Games are changing nowadays No0B
new website who dis?
no you noob
It was funnier the first time
i dont see anything related to me
Nice may mayz
Why not? He likes what he does. :))
You have affended me and i am going to have to ask you to stop pls. This bullying in ur lifer has to stop, less bullying more education in ur life. ;
I'm am going to bully you forever
you m8d it my friend
Before the first edition starts when is the release date for second series, can i get the limited edition one of a kind golden action figure Ayed Doll that comes with the only "Bad Nabers" comic book printed in all gold thx hun that would be nice ;)
oh my goodness
Only one, and it really applies more in the outside webworld than here. Take all the craptastic modern website standards and "best practices" and light them on fire. A website is your own personal artistic expression.
make your website look cool but don't make it look like a bootstrap template
I like hierachial organization schemes, but they can be hard to come up with. Also, if you ever change your orgainzation scheme, you risk breaking incomming links. It's best to organise everything alphabeticaly, or by update. You can add topical indexes, but you shouldn't actually organize things by topic. Of course, my site isn't organized well at all, and I probably ruin incomming links at the start of every month.
Try to make sure the site still functions with jscript, images, css, etc. turned off. Try to keep pages small and easy to ooad. No one thinks of that anymore; they just blame ISPs for providing slow service. Functionality hasn't changed much sine 2000, when the average page size was 50k; you don't need 3MB. Also, use "/" in web addresses, not "\"
Of course, it's your site; these are only suggestions. :)