1995 called, and it wants it web "design" back.
For the last few years I've been seeing cheap A4 sized posters along roadsides (particularly A82 & A9) proclaiming: "The Earth is Flat". It must be the same nutter(s) who have produced this website.
Oh, missed these bits earlier:
"Website Construction & Photography" 😃
"Photographer and attractive racontour." 😃
@fitheach "£1,000 prize for you if you can provide ONE proof the world is a globe.
NOT NASA proofs NOT science proofs.
YOUR OWN PROOF"
What? Not science proofs??
They should keep their £1,000, and spend some of it on decent web design. It's not only the content that is offensive.
I can't say I miss the use of tables in page layouts. 😉
@fitheach This is the good old school weirdness from a more innocent time (except maybe the "flat earth kills globalists bit").
In Scalloway on Shetland there's a plaque put up 100+ years ago by a local man proclaiming his own particular gravitational theory. He claimed to have written a book, but I couldn't find it in the National Library. Have a photo of it somewhere.
You might be right about the old school weirdness. There are so many angles on the pages I'm not sure where they are coming from.
@fitheach I can never imagine anyone so daft and assume those sites are elaborate trolls.
But you never know I guess...
@fitheach Not clicking. I don't give those sites the time of day Iain.
I don't think you'll be adding to their ad' revenue.
@fitheach No (I use ad-blocker anyhow), but their logs would show the traffic and 'interest' from me.
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