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Monday, March 24, 2008

Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3, Testing

Have you noticed someting different?

The blog got a total makeover!

And wow, it has been challenging. I borrowed a little from here and there and between me and my boyfriend, we got the thing here from a 'test' blog.

I'm sad to say that the transition was NOT as friendly as I was expecting so...

YOU MAY HAVE ISSUES for a little while here.

I'm working my fingers to the bone to get this up and rolling to my satisfaction (which is in anticipation of YOUR satisfaction) so feel free to let me know about any weirdness you encounter.

I'll be writing a little more about how the makeover came about (need to give credit where credit is due!) so Stay Tuned for that.

In the meantime, please browse around and get to know the new place and find ways to enhance YOUR Seminar experience in the world.

Until next time,

Pam Hoffman


Dave White said...


The new site is looking great! Keep up the good work and the information is super!

Dave White

kexbrown said...

Pam - I think it looks terrific. I didn't recognize the site when I went to it. It is a total makeover. And the results are perfect. I wish you the best of luck with the changes.

Pam Hoffman said...

Hey david, Hey kexbrown!

Thanks for the encouragement.

Anything I can improve upon, do mention it, and THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT and for visiting thru this challenging time!

I'm looking forward to learning more and more to serve you better and better!


Pam Hoffman

joanjoyce said...

Nice clean layout, congrats to your makeover Pam. Take Care.

template-godown said...

hi pam, congrat on your new looks.

imho, it's better to keep a menubar ont the top of our page, instead of a bottom area.



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