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Vern,
Excellent site! Clean, clear message. I like it!
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Very nice clean site.
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Thank you for the kind comments, Frank, Carolyn and Ernie. The client and myself are very happy with the results.

It is often best to keep things simple. I went into the project hoping to use features like a quotes carousel, but soon realized it wasn't necessary.

Good eye in catching the typo Frank.

Vern
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Still in progress: http://puncto.coffeecup.com/
Based on the Spiritual Release Theme from CC
puncto – grafik & marketing
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Actually you´ll find my work here: https://puncto.coffeecup.com/
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Great use of the Spiritual theme Ewe! Very classy.
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Hi Vern, only thing I'd say is that it's not a good idea to put open email addresses on web site, unless you want your client to be spammed out of existence. At least use an obfuscator to hide the address from simple spambots. Other than that, good simple communication.
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Thank you for your comments Franko.
I guess I am a little naive concerning exposing the email address. I was't aware the client could be spammed.
I am not sure about how to use an obfuscator, I hadn't heard the term before.
Would inserting a link button with the "mailto:xxx@xxx.ca" link work?


Vern
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Carolyn Borjon wrote:
Great use of the Spiritual theme Ewe! Very classy.

Thank you, Carolyn. :D
puncto – grafik & marketing
D - 69126 Heidelberg
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Actually you´ll find my work here: https://puncto.coffeecup.com/
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There are online obfuscators with instructions. Normally you just write the text/email address you want, and the script changes it.
Another way of protecting the address would be using a form. You can design a simple form in SD3.x and use my script to make it work. If you want the latter, check out my sharing folder, the Forms section. Url is in my signature. For a simple contact form you need to remove some of the form fields, also from the script, and if you need help with that, then contact me (I'm travelling until June 1st).
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Thank you for the advice Inger, plus all that you do for this community.

My client isn't keen on a form, she doesn't think this is a serious issue. Wants to keep things simple.

I will continue to look into a basic form solution though or check out obfuscates. Hopefully I can catch on to how they work.

Vern

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