The Webshots alternative. I too, have migrated to Webs.com

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I gave it a try and it looked easy enough to set up all of my
pictures. The only drawback, is it is limited in the amount of photo's
you can load for free. I have far more pics than their maximum.  I
will see how it goes, and if necessary, will up to the premium no add
choice, just to get away from the sound of those annoying adds on
Webshots. You can modify the way it looks fairly easily. This is just
one of the default templates that they offered, so It was easier to
choose than building it up from scratch. Not to bad a format.

http://fixedgearhead.webs.com /

John

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Great-looking site, John.  You're putting me to shame.  ;-)

I hadn't noticed the photo maximum.  However, you are a much faster
quilter than I am, so it won't be a problem for me for awhile.

Best regards,
Michelle in Nevada USA
http://desertquilter.webs.com

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I think that if you wanted to use it for "Current Favorites" sort of
thing, it would be fine. One nice thing is that it does have a blog
area along with other features. So while the free subscription is
limited it should work for that sort of thing. I may bite for the
upgrade, just to accommodate all my pics. As to my "design skills".
such as they are. I am of the click it and if it doesn't work. Try
clicking it again. No skill involved.
It is pretty easy to navigate through the process, but if you need to
go back and correct anything {I did}, It will take you awhile to
figure out the proper places to do that. I just stumbled on the
solution, through no great skill level, and that was helpful.
Otherwise, it would have taken me forever to figure it out. Not very
clear instruction as to how to make corrections to the various
elements of the site.
It is what it is, so it is good enough for now. Thanks for the idea
and the link.

John

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Hi John,

Yeah, I kind of had to muddle through a bit myself, but even so, I think
I spent only an hour on it so far.  (And it shows!  LOL!)  However, I
didn't want to invest any more time if it turned out they had annoying
ads like webshots.

Anyway, I agree, it is a good alternative to webshots--unless someone
comes up with something better.  (Honestly, when I did the search for
free web-building sites, it was the first one I clicked on.)  And for
someone like you who has so many interests and is so prolific, I didn't
think the premium prices were too out of line.

Best regards,
Michelle in Nevada, USA
http://desertquilter.webs.com


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It looks great, John! :)

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