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if you need a website, hit me.

i'm using php, jquery and xhtml as stable code base, and pure css for layout. if you need to actively edit your website, you'll get some cms like joomla or wordpress.

my sites are conencted to google analytics which gives you the ability to track the traffic, clicks, content relevance etc. they obey w3c standards, the code passes the validation and your site looks the same in all browsers.

here are some websites i've made as a freelancer or as a job for DENONA company.

handcoded php and css:

open-source cms, customized layout and css: