Examples of Websites and Graphic Art created by Children


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1001 Webs

International Kids' Space
http://www.kids-space.org/index_main.html

A Girl's World, written and edited by girls and teens from all over
the world.
http://www.agirlsworld.com/

Hayden's House
Stories and fun things for kids to do.
http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/Meadow/2320/sitemap.html

Childrens' Websites at Gospel Oak School
http://www.gospeloak.camden.sch.uk/children/website/index.htm

Art By Kids!
This is a web page designed by kids, for kids.
http://library.thinkquest.org/4324/

KidsArt Gallery of Art by Children
http://www.kidsart.com/Gallery/

Kidslikeit
Flash cartoon animated directory of links for children - built by kids
for kids.
http://www.kidslikeit.co.uk/

Page created by Sir Robert Hitcham's Primary School
http://www.hitchams.suffolk.sch.uk/

Ricardo
Digital 3-D animation using Bryce by Ricardo (Age 9) from USA.
http://www.hellocreativity.com/graphic-artists-kids2/2006/11/13/ricardo.html

Desert Sunset
Pastel on construction paper by Krystina H. (Age 10)
http://www.naturalchild.com/gallery/pages/92.html

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And now, please compare them to Chaddy222's "website" and graphic
"work":
http://freewebdesign.awardspace.biz/

How old are you Chaddy?
My guess is 2+2+2.

And you have the nerve to claim to be a webmaster ...
A kid can do better than you, pathetic troll, and the proof is right
at the links above.

Have a nice day now, Shoddy666
 
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John said:
1001 Webs wrote:


Your post has got me wondering the same thing about you.

John,

He's about 9 or 10. 11, tops.

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Jonathan N. Little

1001 said:
inches ...


Sums it up, just one big ....

Hmmm really mature. Asks for help on website. Given credible advice but
does not "fit" with preconceived misconception of "the way things should
be" then personality berates those that offer advice.

You don't have to agree with suggestions offered, but I do thinks if you
want further assistance, especially *free* assistance, that this maybe
not the best approach.
 
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Jonathan said:
Sums it up, just one big ....

Hmmm really mature. Asks for help on website. Given credible advice but
does not "fit" with preconceived misconception of "the way things should
be" then personality berates those that offer advice.

You don't have to agree with suggestions offered, but I do thinks if you
want further assistance, especially *free* assistance, that this maybe
not the best approach.

Yep, and of course, you noticed how aware he is of scams. And how
quickly he is to use the word "fraud". Seems both are very high in his
vocabulary.

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1001 Webs

Sums it up, just one big ....
You have a dirty mind, you know?
What made you imagine such a thing?
I was talking about the diameter of my cerebellum.
I suppose that when you hear a suggestive song like "Milkshake" or
"London Bridge" you get all excited, then ...
Hmmm really mature. Asks for help on website. Given credible advice but
does not "fit" with preconceived misconception of "the way things should
be" then personality berates those that offer advice.
I don't recall you giving any credible advice. On the contrary.
Some people who are far more enlightened than you did, but not you.
Had I followed your advice I would be still "dimensioning boxes in
units proportial to the text"
What a stupid piece of advice.
BTW, what does "proportial" mean?
You don't have to agree with suggestions offered, but I do thinks if you
want further assistance, especially *free* assistance, that this maybe
not the best approach.

Teaming up with a bunch of losers such as Jerry Sucker and Shoddy666
won't do you any good either.

And now that we have cleared those points, could you all stick to the
main topic of the thread, which is "Websites and Graphic Art created
by Children Vs Rubbish created by Shoddy666"?
if you don't mind...
You should show some respect for the netetiquette guidelines of
Usenet.
I don't deserve so much of your attention, really.
 
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Bone Ur

Well bust mah britches and call me cheeky, on Sat, 10 Nov 2007 16:41:49 GMT
1001 Webs scribed:
Had I followed your advice I would be still "dimensioning boxes in
units proportial to the text"
What a stupid piece of advice.

Actually, it's great advice. (But I liked your "inches" retort.)
BTW, what does "proportial" mean?

He made a typo, a mistake which obviously shows he has no intelligence
whatsoever...
Teaming up with a bunch of losers such as Jerry Sucker and Shoddy666
won't do you any good either.

And now that we have cleared those points, could you all stick to the
main topic of the thread, which is "Websites and Graphic Art created
by Children Vs Rubbish created by Shoddy666"?
if you don't mind...
You should show some respect for the netetiquette guidelines of
Usenet.

Branching-off is merely a healthy growth of the document tree.
I don't deserve so much of your attention, really.

We know, but people are just naturally drawn to the morbid.
 
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Jerry Stuckle

Jonathan said:
Sums it up, just one big ....

Hmmm really mature. Asks for help on website. Given credible advice but
does not "fit" with preconceived misconception of "the way things should
be" then personality berates those that offer advice.

You don't have to agree with suggestions offered, but I do thinks if you
want further assistance, especially *free* assistance, that this maybe
not the best approach.

This guy really is a loser, isn't he. I wonder if his mommy knows what
he's saying here. Probably not - or she'd take his computer away :)

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Jonathan N. Little

1001 said:
I don't recall you giving any credible advice. On the contrary.
Some people who are far more enlightened than you did, but not you.
Had I followed your advice I would be still "dimensioning boxes in
units proportial to the text"
What a stupid piece of advice.
BTW, what does "proportial" mean?


It is called a typographical error. It happens a bit here in Usenet, I
don't think many of us are free of this flaw. The word is
"proportional". Although this effort on my part may be wasted, anyway
here it goes; if you have a block that you want to contain a line of
text. When you dimension the block in absolute units: px, pt, in, cm...
then when the text's font-size is adjusted either the text must wrap
within the block or break out of it. But if you dimension the block in
em's that are proportional to the font-size then the block expands or
contracts in proportion to the font-size keeping the blocks appearance
relatively the same. If you dimension the block with '%' then it will
expand or contract with respect to the containing block or browser
viewport which is independent of the font-size so the appearance changes
as a different number of words per line will fit in such a block.

#1 Rarely looks good, many times only looks good if your fix[1] the
font-size in px's compromising page accessibility. Looks amateurish.
[1]Can be defeated by Gecko browsers thankfully

#2 Can be desirable keeping the same word count per line so the page
scales like a "zoom" feature.

#3 Can also be desirable if the proportional word count per line is not
important to the design.

Teaming up with a bunch of losers such as Jerry Sucker and Shoddy666
won't do you any good either.

Yep, way to "sweet-talk" me.
And now that we have cleared those points, could you all stick to the
main topic of the thread, which is "Websites and Graphic Art created
by Children Vs Rubbish created by Shoddy666"?
if you don't mind...

For what purpose? Will you feel better now calling him Shoddy666?
You should show some respect for the netetiquette guidelines of
Usenet.

And which guidelines have I transgressed?
I don't deserve so much of your attention, really.

Probably your most accurate statement to date.
 
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1001 Webs

This guy really is a loser, isn't he. I wonder if his mommy knows what
he's saying here. Probably not - or she'd take his computer away :)

You seem to have a fixation with protecting "mommies" telling sons how
to behave.
According to Freud, that's called the Oedipus complex, when a boy is
fixated on his mother and competes with his father for maternal
attention.
My diagnostic is that you, in some bizarre manner, have come to
identify the Usenet as "mommy", and the rest of posters as the
competing "daddy".

Freud puts the Oedipal stage as occurring between 3-5 years.
A critical point of awakening is when the child realizes that the
mother has affections for others besides itself.
Failure to get past this trigger point and into the symbolic order is
considered to be a classic cause of lasting neurosis.

Grow up Jerry. It's about time.
 
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Jerry Stuckle

1001 said:
You seem to have a fixation with protecting "mommies" telling sons how
to behave.
According to Freud, that's called the Oedipus complex, when a boy is
fixated on his mother and competes with his father for maternal
attention.
My diagnostic is that you, in some bizarre manner, have come to
identify the Usenet as "mommy", and the rest of posters as the
competing "daddy".

Freud puts the Oedipal stage as occurring between 3-5 years.
A critical point of awakening is when the child realizes that the
mother has affections for others besides itself.
Failure to get past this trigger point and into the symbolic order is
considered to be a classic cause of lasting neurosis.

Grow up Jerry. It's about time.

Go away, little boy. Your mommy is calling you.

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1001 Webs

1001 said:
I don't recall you giving any credible advice. On the contrary.
Some people who are far more enlightened than you did, but not you.
Had I followed your advice I would be still "dimensioning boxes in
units proportial to the text"
What a stupid piece of advice.
BTW, what does "proportial" mean?

It is called a typographical error. It happens a bit here in Usenet, I
don't think many of us are free of this flaw. The word is
"proportional". Although this effort on my part may be wasted, anyway
here it goes; if you have a block that you want to contain a line of
text. When you dimension the block in absolute units: px, pt, in, cm...
then when the text's font-size is adjusted either the text must wrap
within the block or break out of it. But if you dimension the block in
em's that are proportional to the font-size then the block expands or
contracts in proportion to the font-size keeping the blocks appearance
relatively the same. If you dimension the block with '%' then it will
expand or contract with respect to the containing block or browser
viewport which is independent of the font-size so the appearance changes
as a different number of words per line will fit in such a block.

#1 Rarely looks good, many times only looks good if your fix[1] the
font-size in px's compromising page accessibility. Looks amateurish.
[1]Can be defeated by Gecko browsers thankfully

#2 Can be desirable keeping the same word count per line so the page
scales like a "zoom" feature.

#3 Can also be desirable if the proportional word count per line is not
important to the design.
I get it now.
My misunderstanding.
My most sincere apologies.
Yep, way to "sweet-talk" me.
It'll do you no good, believe me.
It will lower your caché.
For what purpose? Will you feel better now calling him Shoddy666?
Er ...
Yes.
And which guidelines have I transgressed?
Can't tell you.
They are unwritten.
Probably your most accurate statement to date.

Thank you and please accept my apologies.
I had mistaken you for another immature stalker.
 
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Richard said:
So you have hydrocephalus?

Actually, that would be microcephalus. But it would be about the right
size for a 4 year old.

Glad he finally admitted it. :)

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Jerry Stuckle

1001 said:
Please, define spam.

Anything you post.

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