Hi everyone,I just started my first website.Please let me know what you think. www.freewebs.com/cool85k5/
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Looks good Cool85k5, * One thing I would modify is this:
This is not true.. *VFTs produce all they need to live on through photosynthesis. Insects are merely a nutritional supplament. Insects will provide nutrients that will help promote growth, but it is not "necessary" to feed a VFT at all.Originally Posted by [b
There are only 2 infinite things... the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not too sure about the universe.
I agree with vft guy, but I'd also like to note that I've found that VFTs even indoors manage to catch the occasional bug especially when placed on a windowsill. I found they caught a bug, roughly about once a month. It is pretty hard to make a room bug free! I have to admit, VFTs are pretty adept little bug catching plants.
Thanks vft guy,jhaluska,I'll change it soon.
Very nice look. *Did you do the design with Freeweb tools? *
I suggest a bit more whitespace. * is your friend (that lets you put more than one blank space between sentences). *Use of <b>bold</b>, <i>italics</i> and such to enhance the text can be helpful, too. Also, CPs has no apostrophe.
In the neps section, i disagree with the statement that the sun needs to be indirect. *Some (many?) nepenthes do fine with a few hours of direct sun- at least this far north- if they're allowed to adjust to it. *I have a highland alata on my windowsill, and it seems to like the few hours of sun it gets. *Also, rather than saying that highland neps "like" the temp range you give, perhaps you should say that many of them "need" that temperature to survive.
Thanks D muscipula,for the input.Yes I did it with the freewebs tools.Thank you for the advice,I will update the information soon.