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Name: Wes Cutshall
Occupation: Serial entrepreneur.
Location: United States.
Audience: Websites offering services to the public.
I have built my first website in the summer of 1997. In 2008, I quit my full-time job as a web developer/programmer to work full-time on my website products. I'm a serial entrepreneur who builds websites that offer services to the public. I don't build websites for other people. Currently, I list 12 websites on my business website at 32nddegree.com.
There are a few things I wish were customizable that are not. I cannot easily hide the side widget that shows the product categories. I would prefer to have my product listings to go across the screen instead of 3/4 of the way on the website. But, I've used this area to provide a filter for searching for products in the various available colors. So I made it work.
I recommend for users to select a template that is as close to what they want their website to look like as possible. Although you can often alter parts of a template, you never know which part of a template is easy to edit and which parts are impossible to change. Don't just find a template of which you like the overall layout, find one where you like almost everything and think you will tweak very little. For example, my template is designed to have a black background in various parts. The text is intended to be white over this black background. Had I wished to have a white background and black text instead I'm not sure that I'd be able to do this.
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