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WAAARGH. Can't get link to work. http://juniorandjuliet.com/JnJcartoon.html It could be my PC, but I whinged to the boy's mother anyway...Fiona
ergh...that's so peculiar...wonder what is going on. Glad you got there in the end.
Bother...actually it isn't working for me either now. Will talk to Mrs O and see if it is sorted.
http://www.juniorandjuliet.com/ worked for me, last night and today!I like the 'toons
Thanks Emma. That works just fine.
Apparently there are "a few problems" getting the site to work with Netscape and Firefox :( If anybody has any technical hints on dealing this, please pass them on. Thanks for all the interest - Thomas is chuffed :)Sue O (Thomas' mum)
Rather than bore everyone here I've e-mailed some altered code, hopefully they have an admin address.
Sue OI've had no luck guessing an e-mail address using the juniorandjuliet.com domain. If you don't want to post your address here mine is a gmail account firebird2110.
Hi Ruth....thanks v. much for all of this.I can't think when we are next likely to see Mrs O, but will alert her to your messages in the meantime.
Ruth,I've asked Carlotta to pass on my email addy direct to you.Afraid there's no admin address for Junior and Juliet ATM - it's a very basic site set up to Thomas' design (ie: it's what Thomas wants it to look like and DH did it to those requirements) - anybody who knows a person or child with AS may appreciate that it can take time to change opinions!! I've suggested a "Contact us" button but this hasn't happened yet (watch this space ....).Sorry not to get in touch - haven't been on the PC much over the last few days :(I look forward to seeing the code and we do appreciate you doing it :)
I can't see the site but the toons look cool from the header.I do comics too. So do thousands of adults. None of us is worth by the BBC because we are not young. Our work had actually to compete there, to be remarkable.Not wanting to be a spoilsport, but is this special attention positive or a form of prejudice?Not to mention the idea that his talent is a symptom of Asperger's! It's a dangerous world the one where talent is considered to be an illness. I wouldn't want to promote that.
The site wasn't working properly on Firefox. I managed to see them now, they're brilliant.
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