History & Collectibles of Downtown Las Vegas

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AlanD
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History & Collectibles of Downtown Las Vegas

Post by AlanD » Sun Mar 19, 2017 10:38 pm

My website has been up for a few years and was built exclusively with Quick 'n Easy Web Builder.
I had been looking for a long time for an EASY WYSIWYG editor and have been happy with the results.

http://over50vegas.com/index.html


My latest change has been the 'site search' feature which isn't working well for me so far. But I posted a question on the 'general questions' and I am sure it will get worked out. I didn't want to use the Google Search widget because then I am afraid I'll get drawn into pop up ads etc. My site has no advertising and nothing for sale and I want to keep it that way.

Any comments or suggestions are always welcome.

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mexman
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Re: History & Collectibles of Downtown Las Vegas

Post by mexman » Tue Mar 21, 2017 5:55 am

Hi Alan,
there is a text box size issue on the page
http://over50vegas.com/Las_Vegas_History_.html
after "But the short version is: "
Regards
Michael

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AlanD
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Re: History & Collectibles of Downtown Las Vegas

Post by AlanD » Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:09 am

Hi Michael,

Thanks for your comment.
I checked it and if you are referring to the larger font in the line, I did it for emphasis.
It may not have been the best choice.

Thanks again,
Alan

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