Jackie McCutcheon just transferred my blog from an outdated format into WordPress. I've known her for years and she is an amazing person: great technical knowledge, technical skill, work ethic, and personality. If you need any forms, she's the person to contact. Using WillMaster's MasterForm, she designed my Easy Ezine Template, and has designed countless other cgi and php forms. And she just loves WordPress. Helps people start up their blogs all the time, because she also has graphic design skills. Oh, and did I mention that she responds almost with the speed of light? That may be exaggerating a bit, but my, how I love working with Jackie when the chips are down and I have an emergency. I also like working with her when there's no emergency!
What a joy to announce the first website for Christmas Hills Tree Farm of Mossyrock, Washington. I was privileged to develop the site, working with the owner, John Burton, Office Manager, Debbie Olson, David and Janet Crook, and Kelly Ward. John and Cheryl Crook Burton are my nephew and niece, and the help from the Crooks was invaluable. They've spent a lot of time at the farm. In fact, David goes up to Mossyrock every harvest to help John and Cheryl in any number of ways. His photography helped make this site come together. Here's a picture (lightly edited by me) David took in June 2008 when they flew up for Andie Burton's high school graduation: Continue Reading
The Official Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo Magazine was launched in May. Published 13 times a year, the magazine will be devoted to everything PSPP, including: tutorials, photo features, Tips & Tricks, and regular features that will help you get more from your digital camera. And the tool guides will give you a greater understanding of PSPP. There is also a gallery pages for readers' images and a companion website that allows members to create their own online photo gallery. I'm excited to say that I now have my own little gallery on the site. The magazine went on sale May 22, 2008 in Europe and will be available in North America soon. Corel is opening up a special forum so photographers can suggest the sort of things they want to see. If you use PaintShopPro, and have some artwork to display, this is the place to do it.
Need to have your website automatically print the current year? Every year...without your having to make annual changes? How about all your Web design clients? Will Bontrager created three easy scripts to make the annual year's copyright dates easy. And they're free. Perfect for using in the copyright area of your website. One of them allows a bit of a promotional comment in the footer area as well. These scripts are clean, simple, and (as always) have more than a touch of Willmaster creativity. Go to Willmaster.com for these dandy scripts. You're gonna love them!