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Contribute To Webthang

Webthang strives to provide quality and content from all areas of web development and design. Unfortunately, we don't know everything there is to know out there in this particular area! So we would like to ask YOU, if you have knowledge in area field of web development or design to consider becoming an author for Webthang.

We will accept tutorials, code snippets, art works and links on any subject that we can encompass. We are always after tutorials and currently have over 200 of them available on the site. We have tutorials for ASP, VBScript, SQL, Access, Flash, Dreamweaver, CSS, Photoshop etc. and to keep our content fresh and ever changing, we are seeking more.

If you have an idea for a tutorial, it could be anything, think about that last problem you had when doing your website, what code did you use to overcome it? That style you wanted to achieve, would others be interested in seeing it? Maybe that cool design you done for your website, or that groovey flash pre-loader/animation/menu, the list goes on.

Interested? If so, drop us a line at webthang.tuts@ntlworld.com, and finally, to explain a little bit more about contributing to the site, here are a few more words from Gordon himself...

Please do not worry about being a literary genius. It's the content that counts. If "yer spellin and gramma aint all it shuld be" we will sort it out on this side.

When you create a tutorial, don't worry too much about making it look pretty. Once it lands on my machine I copy and paste the text etc. into a WebThang page template for whatever subject department the tutorial is written for. So as far as presentation goes, just keep it simple.

Please also send a short bio / cv for yourself telling the world who you are and what you do, and if possible either a passport size image of yourself or a logo from your own or companies web site. Include any contact details and links you would like me to include. These details will be linked to your tutorial and to the appropriate tutorial listing section.

For many of our visitors, English is not a first language, so be sure to include plenty of screen grabs etc. The old saying that a "picture is worth a thousand words" is very true.

Couldn't have said it better myself!