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Hey guys, made a website about 4 years ago and I've had the code sitting in a folder for years, recently got a new domain so I rehosted it.

HOWEVER, I've completely forgotten how to use Microsoft Expression web in the 3 years that have followed initially making it.

Would someone be able to assist me by reminding me what the hell it is I need to do, I've spent the last 2 weeks trying to find the specific problems I'm facing but I can't seem to find the answers, It would only take 30 minutes of someones time, I'm sure it will come back to me!

I feel like a little bitch just now lol.

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I don't have experience with the software but I can look into the asp, php, jsp, js, css, html or whatever you use code if you want ^^

My skype: live:seahorsepip ;)

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What are you looking to do? What's the address so we can see it.

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I never learned to use special web software to make websites. I always hand coded in notepad. Just load it up and play around with it. Things have not changed that much.
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yea you probably won't find much help with that around here since we don't use WYSIWYG editors to do our work for us.

Take the opportunity to learn how to code websites properly, http://docs.webplatform.org/wiki/beginners

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Sorry I was busy and forgot about this post.

my website is www.cameron-online.com

I want to make an xml software do I can update the pages easily, I also want to find a way to make each page seperate instead of in 1 window, and I want to have my twitter feed feature in the top middle (It used to until twitter changed their API)

I'd also like to change the type of drop down menu.

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[quote name='cammy' timestamp='1368645038' post='595691714']
Sorry I was busy and forgot about this post.

my website is www.cameron-online.com

I want to make an xml software do I can update the pages easily, I also want to find a way to make each page seperate instead of in 1 window, and I want to have my twitter feed feature in the top middle (It used to until twitter changed their API)

I'd also like to change the type of drop down menu.
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Your website is very slow and times out :/
And why don't you just install wordpress then? saves a lot of hassle and can be made to look however you like with some knowledge of css and js.

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[quote name='Seahorsepip' timestamp='1368700719' post='595692576']
Your website is very slow and times out :/
And why don't you just install wordpress then? saves a lot of hassle and can be made to look however you like with some knowledge of css and js.
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Yeah looking at your website you would be better off with WordPress and a free theme. Here are some to get you started: [url="http://www.creativebloq.com/web-design/free-wordpress-themes-712429"]http://www.creativeb...s-themes-712429[/url]

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The point is that I don't want to use themes, I want to design my own and learn how to do it, I see no sense of achievement using things already implemented, I found a guy who will help me get what I want to do, but thanks anyway guys!

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Couldn't be easier:
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Watch those videos, you'll be fine. after that lrn2google.

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[quote name='astropheed' timestamp='1368765320' post='595694354']
Couldn't be easier:
HTML+CSS basics: [url="http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=40"]http://thenewboston....list.php?cat=40[/url]
JavaScript basics: [url="http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=10"]http://thenewboston....list.php?cat=10[/url]
PHP beginner - intermediate: [url="http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=11"]http://thenewboston....list.php?cat=11[/url]
MySQL Basics: [url="http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=49"]http://thenewboston....list.php?cat=49[/url]
jQuery basics: [url="http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=32"]http://thenewboston....list.php?cat=32[/url]

Watch those videos, you'll be fine. after that lrn2google.
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Thank you.

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Also try codecademy.com!

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