Sharon Feder has her own Web Site and Blog

Sharon Feder Blog Well, sort of, I just Sharon Feder’s Personal site and blog started so there really isn’t anything there. I plan to use Sharon Feder’s web site as a tool for me to use when learning all about CSS, through CSS Mastery (good book so far). So, for now, right this second, there is literally just a few lines of code on the web site. However, as she gives me ideas, I will try and use my knowledge to implement her designs. In addition, since everybody blogs these days, I’ll give Sharon a chance to Blog, she needs a name though for her Blog Site, any suggestions?


2 Responses to “Sharon Feder has her own Web Site and Blog”

  1. 1 Penquin July 19, 2007 at 12:00 am


  2. 2 sincere32 August 25, 2008 at 6:59 am

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