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peex says

You can do this like this:

<input type="text" value="put your text here" />
<textarea>put your text here</textarea>

This way when the page loaded “input fields” automatically filled with the text you entered in your html before.

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peex says

I’m using EasyPHP it is not as cool as Xampp but it is doing the job :)

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peex says
Would you say that cmt’s advice would help to make it look more professional? Do you have any advice for what would make it look more “premium?”

My advice is do what others said :D I’m sorry man I’ve just came back home from work and I’m a little bit sleepy :)

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peex says

Yes it does :)

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peex says

Is this a free theme :P

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peex says

Ask your hosting company about wild card dns.

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peex says

Don’t put comments on the frontpage instead put theme preview on the comments page!

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peex says

Hi Yasin, You can use this to write ie8 specific css codes like this:

.ie8 #somediv {
background:black;
}

You can use this script with mozilla, opera and safari too. It is pretty simple :)

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peex says

Today i’ve searched about 2 hours to find a font looks like Helvetica Condensed and i’ve failed. Damn Helvetica!

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peex says
Only part I don’t like about Dreamweaver is that I need to start up that huge program just.to.type.code.

I’m using Editplus because of the same reason it is really fast and easy to use :)

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