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Slightly old news. E&Y opening an office in the Territory. This town might be moving somewhere!
post #66827 of 67946
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Originally Posted by md2010 View Post

Hi gents, where do you get decent quality (cheap)nato straps from? I finally got a superocean 42 and went for the cheapest option with leather & tang buckle. Plan to wear mostly with nato straps.

not necessarily cheap but check out maratac natos.
post #66828 of 67946
Anyone know where online to get Warsaw Pact straps?
post #66829 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Anyone know where online to get Warsaw Pact straps?

 

Is this what you are after:

 

http://www.natostraps.com.au/?gclid=CKbA29Wp0skCFUkJvAod_BEDRg

 

I read that they are also called NATO Straps.

post #66830 of 67946

Selling my Loake Aldwych oxfords if anyone's interested. Figured that the Aus thread might be a tad more relevant than the classifieds (is there a currency filter in there?)

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/513871/loake-aldwych-mahogany-size-8-5-uk

 

 

 

post #66831 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Anyone know where online to get Warsaw Pact straps?

Is this what you are after:

http://www.natostraps.com.au/?gclid=CKbA29Wp0skCFUkJvAod_BEDRg

I read that they are also called NATO Straps.

Why would I put a dirty capitalist NATO strap on my Poljot?
post #66832 of 67946

Question for the IT gurus.

 

I'd like to create a website for a small business. I have no experience with website development.  What web site building/development software should I use?

post #66833 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Johknee View Post
 

Question for the IT gurus.

 

I'd like to create a website for a small business. I have no experience with website development.  What web site building/development software should I use?


Wordpress.

post #66834 of 67946
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Wordpress.

I've had a look at wordpress and it seems easy to use and capable of producing decent quality websites Thanks for the info!

post #66835 of 67946
Depends on how much money you have to spend but I'd highly recommend looking at a theme that can then be customized to suit rather than coding a custom site from scratch.
I'd also highly recommend you don't do it yourself.
I run wordpress with woocommerce for the online store side of things and the CMS is very user friendly for blokes like me that know a bit but not heaps. PM me if you'd like the details of the guys that did mine just recently.
post #66836 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Prince of Paisley View Post

Anyone know where online to get Warsaw Pact straps?
Why don't you try some Russian Putin brand straps?
They expand to take over sympathetic wrist territory
post #66837 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Johknee View Post

Question for the IT gurus.

I'd like to create a website for a small business. I have no experience with website development.  What web site building/development software should I use?

Ive also used WordPress. Very easy or complex as you like.

What about Wix? Anyone used that?
post #66838 of 67946
WordPress is scalable from dummy to advanced.

Easy to use at basic level if you want.

Don't do the build yourself.
post #66839 of 67946
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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Depends on how much money you have to spend but I'd highly recommend looking at a theme that can then be customized to suit rather than coding a custom site from scratch.
I'd also highly recommend you don't do it yourself.
I run wordpress with woocommerce for the online store side of things and the CMS is very user friendly for blokes like me that know a bit but not heaps. PM me if you'd like the details of the guys that did mine just recently.

Thanks Jason.

 

I'm creating the site for a friend of mine because I have plenty of free time at the moment.  He plans to pay another guy to create a website but, I'd like to have a go at it to see what I can come up with.  Any particular reasons why I shouldn't have a go at it?

I have an understanding of coding etc so I'm not completely ignorant.

post #66840 of 67946
johknee - as long as you in a sandpit or aren't live and business critical there's no reason not to have a go .

But there's a lot of proven templates around that can be easily adapted - that's just the efficiency of getting an experienced person to do it.
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