Everybody! This is important. In a few days, these forums will be moving over to using the totally sweet Discourse platform. To ensure this migration happens smoothly with no loss of content, these forums are currently in a read-only mode. I do apologize for the inconvenience.

There is never a good time to turn the forums off for an extended period of time, but I promise the new forums will be a billion times better. I'm pretty sure of it.

See you all on the other side in a few days, and if you have any (non-technical) questions, please e-mail me at kirupa@kirupa.com. For technical questions, try to find a tutorial that corresponds to what you are looking for and post in the comments section of that page.

Cheers,
Kirupa

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Thread: linking your content

  1. #1

    linking your content

    hey how u doing?
    thanks to your site i started to make web pages using flash and photoshop.
    i was just wondering if i could link some of your tutorials into my site.
    the tutorials will be on your site but its just a link to my site maybe with a small graphic next to it.

    thank you for your time

  2. #2
    Hey speed Sure - sounds good, but could you create a temporary page that shows how such a tutorial link will look first? I'd like to see how it would look before giving a definite answer.

  3. #3
    this is a preview of the site i am still working on it

    http://speed.vbsimplified.com



    thank u

  4. #4
    Hey speed!
    Sorry for the delay in responding. Sure - that sounds cool

    Cheers!
    Kirupa

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