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"Ubiquitous" <diliffiinet.net.au> wrote in message news:3f226705$0$23603$5a62ac22freenews.iinet.net. au... > True, but it isn't just web design skills... it is organisation and basic > presentation skills that are lacking on that page.. > > If he really wants a website that will generate business, and he really is a > reputable wedding photographer, surely he could afford for a basic website > to be designed for him by a professional. I dont know what he can afford but it is apparent that the man is not acquainted with any 12 year olds. IIRC they seem to be on the cutting edge of ...

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    "Ubiquitous" <diliffiinet.net.au> wrote in message
    news:3f226705$0$23603$5a62ac22freenews.iinet.net. au...
    > True, but it isn't just web design skills... it is organisation and basic
    > presentation skills that are lacking on that page..
    >
    > If he really wants a website that will generate business, and he really is
    a
    > reputable wedding photographer, surely he could afford for a basic website
    > to be designed for him by a professional.
    I dont know what he can afford but it is apparent that the man is not
    acquainted with any 12 year olds. IIRC they seem to be on the cutting edge
    of HTML.


    Miro Guest

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    umm... no theyr'e not. professionals in their late 20s and early-mid 30s
    are, however.


    " Miro" <miro01hotmail.com> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Ubiquitous" <diliffiinet.net.au> wrote in message
    > news:3f226705$0$23603$5a62ac22freenews.iinet.net. au...
    > > True, but it isn't just web design skills... it is organisation and
    basic
    > > presentation skills that are lacking on that page..
    > >
    > > If he really wants a website that will generate business, and he really
    is
    > a
    > > reputable wedding photographer, surely he could afford for a basic
    website
    > > to be designed for him by a professional.
    >
    > I dont know what he can afford but it is apparent that the man is not
    > acquainted with any 12 year olds. IIRC they seem to be on the cutting edge
    > of HTML.
    >
    >

    Warren Prasek Guest

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    "Warren Prasek" <newsgroupspam at deletethisbit dot wprasek dotcom> wrote in
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    > umm... no theyr'e not. professionals in their late 20s and early-mid 30s
    > are, however.
    I am generally in awe of what what trained kids can do. By the time it gets
    to the age of 30 it is less raw talent and more along the lines of sticking
    with what works.


    Miro Guest

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    "Ubiquitous" <diliffiinet.net.au> wrote in message
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    > I'm yet to see an impressive website designed by a 12 year old. Perhaps
    you
    > could point me in the direction of one?
    I have seen many web designs by "kids" but I do not know any parents that
    will pay for the hosting, nor do I know any corporations that will pay for
    the services. The work I refer to is in the academic realm which is entirely
    appropriate for children, especially when they are fearless in trying new
    things without the need to be commercially viable.

    Several 12yo I knew now edit newspapers ..... back then it was Quark Express
    and Photoshop !


    Miro Guest

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    In article <3f2259d6$0$23586$5a62ac22freenews.iinet.net.au >, "Ubiquitous"
    says...
    >
    >That website is terrible, non existant images, bad design, a 220kb
    >background image (photohgraphy page), incomplete pages (calendar page), the
    >photos in the hire cars page are of cars with british and american number
    >plates, the florist page says nothing more than 'please send me florist
    >information' with a form to fill out... I mean, there isn't a single thing
    >GOOD about the site! Honestly, Allan, you'd be better off without a website
    >at all than having that... That'd scare off any prospective clients!
    >
    I couldn't agree more. One of the worst business websites I've ever seen. Hmm,
    could remove the "business" from that last sentence, too. One easy way to scare
    away customers, I sure hope the link to that website isn't on your business
    card.

    Andrew Mc Guest

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