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    [For Hire] HTML/CSS coder

    Looking to work on small scale projects to build up my portfolio

    (http://rachaelskyner.wordpress.com/about/)

    I have 4-5 years experience in web standards complient (X)HTML, and one years experience in CSS.

    I am a relativley fast worker, and would never turn down a challenge!

    I also have 6-7 years experience in graphic design
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    ...I know most people pad their experience a little bit but you might be stretching it a bit claiming experience from before your age was in double digits

    ...Also for someone so experienced, a prospective client might expect to see more than 1 item in your portfolio. Don't underestimate the value of honesty
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    hehe. i've actually had a computer scince i was 5, and i did a photoshop weekend course when i was 9. shocking but true. good old photoshop 4/5. It runs in the family... well, scince my dad was 16 it has.
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    I've been coding since I was 6, I don't claim to have 18 years experience because that would be rediculous, so is claiming you have 6-7 years graphic design experience because you did a weekend course in photoshop when you were 9.

    Theres more to graphic design that knowing how to use photoshop. I've been using photoshop for over 10 years, I still wouldn't call myself a graphic designer.

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    no, tables are only good for tabular data (e.g. db records), not for aligning. You can properly align a form with css, and you dont need 100s of divs: google it.


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