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Hi folks
I'm new here.I'm currently working as aWebMaster so if someone have questions related to web developing, please ask

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Just checked to see what W3C thought of that.
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There's more than w3c.

That site is a shop, not a journal, and has a lot of "Buy this item" buttons. And if you click on such a button, the next page says "Clickbank. This site is no longer in service or has been disabled due to a terms of service violation." That's very bad for a shop, isn't it?

So, to protect our members against a site that clearly doesn't use a respectable payment service provider, I removed the link in the top post.

Kees

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That business card is looking pretty tattered now.

It's like it's been taken over to the hole punch machine too.

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Welcome

Welcome to CNET, great to have you in the community Grin

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Hey

I am new around here, how is everyone doing?

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