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Old 08-10-2002, 09:22 PM   #1
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Right guys...just to keep you informed on the current situation...

I may not be around quite as much this next month as Myself and Dave are working on the new Simplymaya site.

There is tons to do so I will try to get on here most days to kinda sort through the posts, but I need to get these graphics done so dave can put it together

The site is going to be a lot easier to : each tutorial in the VIP area will have its own web page, explaining all about it, an easy - hardness rating and a few pics to go with.

The main gallery will have a link from all areas, as well as the plugin and mel / shaders area that we will alos be adding to.

The main banner will go throughout the whole site making navigation a lot easier.

We are also working on an area so all our mods and regular uses can have there own Virtual control panel so they can upload images and show there work etc.. but I will let dave explain about that more.. this will save you using your own bandwidth

Also when the server move takes place we will be moving to a new home

This is so we dont have to take the whole site down to move domans etc... we can basically set it all on the .com address then just do a rediect from the site, plus I like .com better

Any ways guys just keeping you all informed.

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Cool, very cool, appluase, appluase,
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appluase, appluase, GO kevin go.... [Dot] com is very cool

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Good luck lads. I hope it all goes well!
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<crosses fingers and hopes the new site includes the "free beer" link>
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cooooool dude!!! i will be missin ya though. actually when will the site go online??
and i too do like the dot com better
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Some time in the next 7 days it should go live.

There is so much work to do with it though, as we are not as only moving but re-designing the entire site as well

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