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    Need Money $$$

    Well, basically I need to make some money, and I decided to make this mony through webpages. I do not take much for my services, because i only need some money, notmuch, but if you feel like making me rich... I will just be happy .

    Any ways, I have experience in XHTML, JS, CSS, Flash, Photoshop, and a tiny bit of HTML ....

    So if anybody knows where I could make a bit money, please tell me

    B.T.W: I can also learn new skills on request

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    Hi JAVAEOC:
    Do you have links to past work done by you (ie: portfolio)? Work requests wise, this forum isn't just for the posting of "Where can I make some money?" Currently the way you worded your request doesn't really inspire a lot of confidence in people looking for web design work, and doesn't illustrate any actual experience you may have in this field.
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    Well i dont really have alot of pictures that i did in photoshop or anything, so no i dont havea a portoflio... all i could show are some of the scripts i wrote...

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    How can you be experienced in XHTML and CSS, but not HTML?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ionsurge
    How can you be experienced in XHTML and CSS, but not HTML?


    lol, it was a joke

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    That doesn't help your chances of getting any applicants... most people looking for a website won't go for someone who says the only know a little HTML, as you never clarified that you did know html in your first post... (smilies can mean anything)
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    well, im not really looking for anything professional, cause im not that good yet, just someone who might want a webpage....

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    you need to build up a portfolio -- so if you don't have anything in there yet... make them up. We call it a mock portfolio in print design -- just spend a weekend, and make five or more cool little sites (if you only want to do simple one page test designs, do about ten then), load them up to your site, and link them. They are fake, but atleast a prospective buyer would know your skills. I had to do that for print design to get going

    But... if you just want to do code work for people, maybe you are posting in the wrong place? You can assist Designers by writing their code, adjusting their code, improving their code for them? That's rather common.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bradyj
    you need to build up a portfolio -- so if you don't have anything in there yet... make them up. We call it a mock portfolio in print design -- just spend a weekend, and make five or more cool little sites (if you only want to do simple one page test designs, do about ten then), load them up to your site, and link them. They are fake, but atleast a prospective buyer would know your skills. I had to do that for print design to get going

    But... if you just want to do code work for people, maybe you are posting in the wrong place? You can assist Designers by writing their code, adjusting their code, improving their code for them? That's rather common.

    Yea man, thats pritty much all i can do, CODING, im not that great with photoshop or flash yet

    And you cant really make a portofolio with JS codes

    B.T.W. Where would i have to post?

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    Well, you can post your scripts, couldn't you? A demonstration of your skills?

    ...and, by post, I mean on your own website, you'll need that to get this going
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    But to put my work on a webpage I would need a server, a server cost money, which I am trying to make, so obiously i dont have it yet, so I cant get a server, so I cant make money, does that mean I can never start, or are there FREE servers WITHOUT forced adds, cuz I cant find them

    hear check it out, i made this for my school, but that stupid add destroys everything, that would go real good in a portofolio...

    <edit>doh, i need to post a link so u can actually "check it out" lol </edit>

    http://www34.brinkster.com/dgothe/db/

    The add messes up the whole positioning
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    Llegal issues

    Is it still legal if somebody would PayPal me some moeny even though i DO NOT have a green card???

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    Check out ithium.net -- it's ten bucks a year for hosting. One of the main posters here runs it, Krycek. Would that be sustainable?
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    I must think about that one, but i would prefer a free one....
    And i dont need those huge servers, i would only need a view megs

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    hmm... i know a free one would be nicer, but with what you get for $10 is extremely worth it.. invest a few bucks in a domain name and you're well set! You dont want a design site with an address: http://www.somehost.com/mysite becuase it doesnt look professional enough to usually attract any work.


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