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buddhuu Tech: Running a Website (HTML Practice Grande) (29) RE: Tech: Running a Website? (HTML Practice Grande 28 Apr 10

I maintain a few client sites on a freelance basis, and work on a site as part of the day job. None of those are relevant to music, so I won't bore you with them (and believe me, they are boring).

I keep meaning to do a site for our weekly session, but time hasn't allowed so far.

I run a community site, but I just use a hosted blog platform for the sake of time saving.

When I do proper sites I work in hand-coded XHTML and CSS. I'm not a fan of Dreamweaver or similar as I hate smartarse software that thinks it knows better than I do what code I want in my page.

I avoid non-essential crap that bloats file sizes and stretches download times. Nothing worse than waiting a minute for a Flash site to load only to find that it wasn't worth the wasted time.

My main job is Internet marketing - mainly natural search optimisation - so if any of you have problems getting your music/session sites into Google, give me a shout... for free advice, that is - I'm not touting for business!

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