View Full Version : Web Designer Needed!

02-02-2005, 10:52 PM
I need a web desinger to help me with my website. I am sorry, but it is not a paying job, I will give credit. If you are interested, please contact me at any of the following:

e-mail: ----------
AIM: ---------

Please do not e-mail me if you don't know what you are doing, because I am not sure I can help. I have started a template, but you can start from scratch, I don't care. It would help if you have AIM, but you don't have to. Like I said, credit will be give, I will even make a page of teh website linking to you and putting banners on it. Basically anything you need. I know the codes, but I can't start from scratch. So make the template, and I can plug everything else in. Just contact me if you are interested!!

02-02-2005, 11:26 PM
I thought this forum was for Paid requests only.....

02-02-2005, 11:33 PM
Unless you count "credit" as compensation...

Imagine if web design was, say, auto mechanics...

"Yes, hello, WrenchMasters?"

"Yes, how can I help you?"

"I need help learning how to fix my car. How do I change the oil?"

"Oh, well, you just drain the oil, change the filter, and fill up the engine with fresh oil."

"Ah. I see. Well, that all sounds really confusing. Can you fix my car for me?"

"Well, sure... we charge $60 an hour pl..."

"No, I meant for free. It's just that, you know, you guys know so much more about fixing cars having gone through the trouble of learning all that and all. So I figure you could fix it for me. For free."

"Well, I don't know..."

"Oh, no, it's cool, I'll tell all my friends that you guys were the ones that fixed it. For free. See?"

Jeez :D

02-03-2005, 09:56 AM
maby we can twist his words and get phone credit outa him :D

btw, ur example didnt make much sense, there was no like

oohhhhh *hiss* you see you need a new steering wheel, axels, set of brakes etc.. or the oil wont be compatible with your exhaust pipe :p

02-03-2005, 10:12 AM
:D True!

On second thought, I guess if web design really was tied to the auto industry we'd also hear more of this, too:

"Hey, let's listen to this CD in the car stereo."

"We can't. We'll have to burn a new CD with special encoding or it won't play in this stereo."

"What? You know, there are a bunch of cheap, even free CD players out there that'll play industry standard, redbook format CDs. They even come with better security features. You could put any of them in this car, easy."

"Well, yeah, but, this is the CD player that came with the car..."