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  1. #1
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    What is the website that does XHTML/CSS Slicing?

    I saw a website posted before that was something like xtmlslicer.com or xhtmlcoder.com. Does anyone know the name? It was a company that did xhtml/css coding.

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    I'm not sure as to whom you're referring to, but I myself do xhtml/css coding if you're interested.
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    Is this what you're talking about? http://www.xhtmlized.com/

    I do think you could get a better rate from someone here at WHT though.
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    Thanks for the referral

    My website is currently under construction (http://xhtmlslicer.com/beta) but I have a portfolio up if you're interested in seeing my previous works:

    http://xhtmlslicer.com/portfolio

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    this is something i would like to learn, maybe you can point me in the right direction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subfusion
    Thanks for the referral

    My website is currently under construction (http://xhtmlslicer.com/beta) but I have a portfolio up if you're interested in seeing my previous works:

    http://xhtmlslicer.com/portfolio
    That was the one. Thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawz
    this is something i would like to learn, maybe you can point me in the right direction?
    I don't mean to brag, but devlounge has some nice articles on this.
    Search XHTML when you get their
    http://www.devlounge.net

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    It should not be hard to integrate a design with a script, if you already know how to work-out the script...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NuPixel
    I'm not sure as to whom you're referring to, but I myself do xhtml/css coding if you're interested.
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