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    Got my website up

    windrockcustomcalls.com Did it myself and I still have some tweaking to do, but it's up in all it's glory!

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    Welcome to the Interwebs!
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    Nice looking site, John.

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    Nice looking site John. A couple of things, on the contact page, putting an email address will get you some spam. I'm sure you know that, it's a trade off of either getting some valid folks that want info or alienating them with just a contact form, so be sure to enable a spam blocker if your hosts provides one. Second, if you have any social pages (facebook, google+, twitter, etc. ) be sure to add them somewhere. There are some widgets you can add to wordpress to show them for you. Also, update your signature here with your web address so we don't forget how to find your site.
    Darren

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    Thanks Darren any pointers are appreciated! The social media thing is on the to do list, but thanks for the advice.

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    Nice ! I like that elderwood. The flame tops are cool.
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    Nice, lots of good looking stuff there!

    Only one thing I saw was on the smaller tablet screen the main picture was cut off on the left side. Not sure how to fix that and keep the theme the same

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    I'm no hunter but if I were I would order a couple of those.
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    The site looks real nice, John. Your calls ain't too shabby either.
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    When the weird get going, they start their own forum. - Vaughn McMillan

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