First, let me thank all of you who have submitted your sites for review. First for your teachable spirit, second for your patience. I’ve been remiss in getting around to many of your sites. I’ve seen them. I’ve got ideas for articles … but in some cases, by the time I get there, things have changed. So, if I’ve neglected to get around to your site, I’m asking that you email me and bug me again. If you haven’t emailed me — don’t be shy. As I tell everyone, I’m much nicer to sites that submit than those I find by accident.
That said — I’m especially interested in those of you who have created church web sites that employ the following techniques or technologies (in order of preference):
- all things to all browsers – written in such a way so it is friendly to a wide variety of browsers
- tableless layout – sites that implements CSS with <div>, <p> and/or <span> tags instead of <table>s
- embedded Flash – sites that employ flash for menus, news tickers and/or other embedded objects
Even if you don’t use any of the above, I’d still encourage you to contact me. Now that I’m just about done whipping the RBC site into shape, I’ll have more time to sharpen iron with iron.