This page has been kept deliberately simple to insure quick upload times.
For the fancy stuff follow the links. :) - Sue
It shows a variety of pages and sites that I have constructed over the years, there for please bear in mind:
- Some of which are now rather old and out of date.- I have been writing code since HTML was HTML2 :)
- Many are "works in progress" designed as tasters for organisations that for a variety of reasons never contacted me again
- A large amount are pages I produced for aria.uk.com which are no longer on line since Friday redesigned the site
Like a fashion cat walks- these ideas should be taken for inspiration and an indication of my talent. Not all of them make 'good' web pages.
- The virtual sue
Written for a friend who was revising hard for his exams.
This little "clock" page simply counts 1 hour and then flashes up an alert telling him to go and have a cup of coffee and a hug.
A very simple shopping page which allows you to pick form a list of items and print out an order. This basic idea has been used in much more complex and useful form in the sla-industries character generator (URL below)
- My guide for writing basic web pages
Originally written for the aria.uk.com site.
- Aria web page cat walk
Now hosted on the prestel wilsonclan site, some strange ideas for web page looks I came up with. Please note the actual price information on these pages are now very out of date.
- The wilsonclan home page
- This is the families home page. It have been evolving for a long time.
Feel free to explore the site. Please note: much of it is the archives for the Play By E-Mail games I ran which dealt with 'adult' issues.
I use http://www.rsac.org ratings across all areas of my site to ensure such material is not accessible by minors.
- "Pandora's box of SLA."
A fan site where I host fiction and art work produced by members of the Station Analysis mailing list.
URL's showing more of my work on other sites.
A related feature can be found on http://datastorm.sla-net.com/
CBD research are a publishing house in London. They collate directories of organizations and much of their time is spent sending out forms to the groups they deal with and chasing them up. As well as providing information on their publications this site is also designed to allow interested parties to submit these forms online.
Should you want any more information on any thing you see here,
or want to know what I can do to help you, feel free to mail me: