We're all checking it out just like you are. Nice so far, but gotta get a better color scheme going here for myself. This 'desert' isn't cutting it either. Here I go already starting to whine. Not really, just kidding.<br><br>
Give the grey a chance. I hate the Windowsness of grey, but I must confess that with my grey theme system wide, it helps eleviate eyestrain. To each is own, however, a theme of the day, ey?<br><br>:-)<br><br>Nice people rule..<br><br>I'm sorry, but I must be staying..
you guys must be missing my (Sean Lancaster) theme...okay, it needs work, but all i need are some ideas and i can custom make one for you. i tried to make all links be capital letters without the underline (i was learning CSS at the time). not sure about my purple (egads), but i can change it...in a few weeks.<br><br>i think what we need is stu to make an appearance...he'll sit and create a bunch of really good themes...already has. after next week, i'll have a lot more time to devote to things like this...just you wait. we'll open up some options for everyone. ;-)<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
doh!<br><br>i am now using desert myself. my next one will be mostly white based.<br><br>when i made that Sean Lancaster submission, i didn't know how to test it since i didn't have a webpage that used all of the tags that are used on this site. i didn't think to copy the html from this site and paste it into a dreamweaver document for the sole purpose of creating a stylesheet. in other words, i was just guessing and i'll bet there are some women who will just love my style.<br><br>wait til next time...you'll see. <br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
nyc was pretty cool. i have to say, it was much better than i expected going in. we walked a lot because of a bad taxi ride one morning to the zoo in central park (he dropped us off up by a museum and said that zoo was just behind it -- it was actually farther away from the museum than it was our hotel). we went to the empire state building and saw the line and decided to walk back to times square. fun walk with a stroller...people everywhere but nobody was rude and most people moved for the stroller. i actually recommended going to greenwich village for lunch and some shopping but the empire state building won out...i knew that touristy things would be crowded by midday, but nooooo. everyone learned from that experience. if you want to do something touristy, you wake up and be first in line.<br><br>anyway, i was quite crushed that you bailed. took me days to get over it, but i managed. JK...i ended up swinging by the today show and then hitting 5th avenue for some shopping. a good time was had by all.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
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