Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

All Activity

This stream auto-updates

  1. Earlier
  2. Welcome to the community! 👋

  3. Yeah, I get that. It's just that I use my phone for so much more than just sending texts and making calls. But then you must really love a small-ish phone like the galaxy flip from Samsung?
  4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. I think I'm not the only one who has watched it a thousand times. Last time I watched it was on 123movies. I liked it the best: + the interesting plot, cast and special effects. + the adaptation of the final story of Harry and his friends. This is the story of the continuing fight against the Dark Lord. After Dumbleton's death and how the lives of the students at the school change. And wizards in general. The picture is interesting. Like all stories of fighting evil. But it is also sad because not everyone will stay alive in this struggle... And yet
  5. I like phones where the screen is small and comfortable. Minimalism in chat! All these "shovels" are literally not comfortable to hold.
  6. ResetEra, which is one of the biggest gaming forums, was sold for $4.5 million USD to a Swedish media company called MOBA Network earlier this week. Eurogamer reports that MOBA already owns other gaming communities and that the Swedish media company hopes their new acquisition will help expand its advertising revenues. "ResetEra.com's revenue is generated through ads and member subscriptions. M.O.B.A. Network sees significant opportunities to increase advertising revenue through a higher share of direct sales, implementation of new ad formats, and a long-term product development strategy.
  7. Almost 5k posts, that's a nice milestone! 🙂
  8. I love running forums. The site permissions can be a nightmare though
  9. Status update Total posts 4847 Total topics 541 Total members 46 http://chattingtime.net
  10. PHP for me 10 years ago and i still love it!
  11. Yes! There are some amazing WYSIWYG editors and services available these days. You can easily create some astonishing websites without any knowledge about programming or even basic HTML.
  12. Yep, no matter what you do, some forums never really seem to take off. I run a few communities and one that I've had since 2017 is just like that. So, I am planning on doing a complete rebranding with a new domain name, design and layout/features. Hopefully, that'll make it more popular.
  13. Interesting, I honestly never thought about the possibilities of advertising on youtube. Do they offer anything else besides video ads? If not, I sadly don't think it would be a possibility for the majority of us.
  14. I remember their sleazy and immature promotions. That was enough for me to never want to use their services. But maybe they've changed these days? I doubt it though.
  15. Hello Jason and welcome to the community! 🤗 Oh yeah, I remember Frontpage. I tried it a few times but I think this was back in the days when Dreamweaver started to become popular, so I just used that instead.
  16. I put a subscription model in place recently. This way no one gets used to free. The plan is you start at the high number, then "level down" to the lower rates later. This will be decided by me based on participation. I found a site that charges $99 USD with some other "lifetime" plans. It is a toxic site, but supposedly he has "6000" member requests waiting to be "approved". It's probably true, but still if he can do that then... Now if I could just find some humans to join. 😉
  17. A GiFt for the community as a "Hello, nice to meet you!" kind of thing.

    I actually have this exact file forsale on my latest idea/project.

    I don't know the link rules here yet, so I'll just say I am selling this for $68.69 USD.

    Now it is free to all of you.

    Plus I just wanted to test this out. 😉

    Feel free to use as you see fit.

    spacer.png

    WebArt_2021_CHCShop_3220x1628_zack_zoron_box.tiff

    1. Simon

      Simon

      Ah so besides websites you also make art? That's nice! 🙂

  18. It's because the founder was an arrogant ZZA. Trust me. I hate that company.
  19. BASIC, then DOS, then MSDOS. Then I figured out I suck at Math so the rest went bye bye. HTML is my goto. I got lost at writing JAVA scripts and now barely understand CSS. I am always grateful that Gen Y and Z create easy to use tools for designers like me. But I am still dreaming of becoming Bill Gates. Not Bezos, he is an ZZA. 😆
  20. I've had my original one going since 2017/2018. I have 36 members total with 13 being my test accounts. But I keep paying that $45 per month!😆😆😆
  21. I did not know this. Interesting. One way around this for sure would be to form an LLC, make the "buyer" a member, make yourself a nonmember and voila transfer complete. Nothing they could say legally.
  22. Yes. Paying is much more professional if you are serious with your idea/project. And content is alway king. Now if I could just attract some "content creators" I'd be sitting in high heaven. Because I prefer to be in the background. I am getting over that, but it has taken a long time. Plus you really can't beat Invision. They are the best at what they do.
  23. & Salutations! This looks to be a cool community site. Think I'll hang around for a minute or two. A bit about me, I am a WYSIWYG master. I hate coding. It's like I can read it, but can not write it. (Except HTML, that I get.) Also been doing this since forever. My first attempt at programming in BASIC was as a kid on a TRS80. Been webbing it up since 1997 when I first registered MercaNet.net because literally .com had been registered just days before. And I thought I was being "clever". 😆 Then I lost the domain, because I was at a registrar who didn't have au
  24. Why do programming courses always have to start with Java?! Is it just a way for them to weed out most students? Because if their goal with forcing students to learn Java first is to suck out every last drop of enjoyment and excitement for programming from your students then they are doing a great job.
  25. Yeah, I feel like most website owners have themselves to blame. Of course, people are fed up with ads and of course they will use ad-blockers when so many website owners just completely swamp their websites with privacy intrusive ads.
  1. Load more activity
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audience is coming from. To find out more, please read our Privacy Policy. By choosing I Accept, you consent to our use of cookies and other tracking technologies.