I have a template-based website that I want converted to CSS. The current uses tables and has become a mess. I like the current look however the site does not have to be a perfect clone at all. I would like the new site to be easier to maintain. I plan on using Expression Web because I've heard good things about it. I would like to be a able to create new pages, insert simple tables and photos without breaking the theme. Currently inserting a small table in the page confuses everything because the page is laid out with tables. Also in the future I plan to add a small photo gallery and maybe a user submitted 'wav-file' gallery. I don't need this done now just keeping that in mind. Forgot to put in the url it's: [url removed, login to view] Wonderful, my webhost (ipowerweb) has a server down since friday and [url removed, login to view] does not work. Try: [url removed, login to view] instead.
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