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any recommendations on what to use to build a web site.
about 10 years ago i used to be pretty handy with joomla and could build a decent site. but that was a long time ago now.
not interested in like godaddy or anything like that.
will be for selling items
I currently use nail paint/varnish to do inlay colouring on aluminium.
At the moment it's just lines so pretty simple.
I now need to do larger whole shape infills, ideally using a syringe. Anyone got any paint recommendations, ideally runny I can put into syringe.
Im like a kid waiting for Christmas!! (excited)
the time has come for me to get a bigger cnc router, my current one does 525mm by 280mm. which is pretty limiting.
Been speaking to the chap for a few months about requirements/spec etc... and i finally ordered one -...
i want to embed this into an outlook email, is it possible?
<iframe width='1280' height='720' src='https://roundme.com/embed/680610/2156373' frameborder='0' webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe>
ive tried a few methods from google but none are working?
purchased a hp x360 convertible two years ago, after 10 months the screen popped out of the plastic surround. Took it back to currys and they happily sent it off to HP for a repair, 6 months after that repair the screen popped out again. contacted currys again who said its now out of warranty...
With more phones now doing away with memory cards I refuse to pay a monthly subscription for cloud storage.
From a quick google cheap cloud storage could cost around £50-60 a year.
I know nothing about home cloud storage but are there any good options? Mainly for me and wife to store photos...
Bit bored tonight, so heres some more bits ive made during lockdown.
given i dont have any form of license to sell any of these i have to be careful when posting on FB!
made from a mixture of solid oak and solid beech. its really hard to find large flat sheets of oak that is affordable, so i...
So… this is a project I undertook last year, im sure a number of people know I love to play with lasers.
The technique is called wavelength division multiplexing, in simple terms its how you get lots of data down a fibre optic cable. So you combine (overlay) different frequencies of light into...
I'll start small and simple before I do a big thread at some point this week.
The wife and I saw a large wooden lantetn at a garden centre and said looks really nice, not sure what we will do with it, it's only £25 let's get it.
It sat around for a good few months then I had the idea to use...
anyone use any apps to help manage a very busy social media life?
I need help but not sure how or what im after to be honest, just keen to see if there is anything out there and if anyone else uses anything?
business posts I do on FB get around 1000 likes, many many comments and today along...
am currently with BT and my internet is slow, really really slow...
ive ditched the BT HH and got a decent wireless router, but not changed anything.
god knows why I pay £50 a month for it!
my post code is CM7 9NF
no one really seems to offer superfast in my street, I assume there is nothing...
given the current situation ive been told to work from home until further notice, which is fine we are fully set up to do so.
but my wireless router in the workshop is a bit old and slow and skype doesn't work when im connected to it. its a cheap probably 5 year old TP link jobby.
we are with...
two weeks ago I purchased a small (a3) vinyl cutter, size wise its all I need.
I have an existing cheap A4 printer that takes cartridges. im looking to replace this with an A3 printer that I can refill with ink bottles, rather than cartridges.
I only do a handful of prints a week, so do not...
So we have a single Alexa which the kids love, we pay the £4 a month for amazon music.
We move it from room to room which can be a pain.
The wife wants to get the kids an Alexa each, but from some googling it looks like its going to cost me £15 per month to enable all 3 alexa's to have...
I purchased one of the above from screwfix, its not till you open the box and start reading the instruction your realise its not that advanced!! it only works with 2.4 not 5.
ive got a BT HH5, so ive split the signal into 2.4g and 5g but it will wont connect. anyone got any suggestions
there is plenty of info on the web about how to design a number plate, size of plate and letter font etc...
but whats missing is corner radius.
is there a standard corner radius? or are they all different?
So some friends round the corner got broken into whilst out trick or treating on Halloween, smashed a rear window and climbed in.
So I'm now looking at house alarms.
I dont want a battery powered alarms, proper alarms don't run on batteries. Batteries are for girls!
Go with me here, I see...
so... when you go into say a big office complex they have multiple wireless routes around the building so the whole building has wifi coverage. but you only enter the password once and from then on your phone will just switch between them all so you have coverage.
how would you do this at home...