View Full Version : www.thomas4d.com DOWN !! but www.thomas.info works

08-15-2004, 06:46 AM
Sorry i just found out my www.thomas4d.com has gone over it's limit WOW you guy really downloaded alot of the avi files will be update all those for V2.1

But everything works over at www.thomas4d.info (http://www.thomas4d.info)
sorry for stuffing everyone about with thomas4d.com
but will be up again very soon

08-15-2004, 09:31 AM
Hi T4D

I just looked at your website. And it looks like a lot of photos are missing. All that I see is the borders for the photos and a small white square that has a red "X " in it. You are missing photos in your lightwave page, in your tutorials pages, your rigging tools page and probably on other pages. In fact this page ( C Toon Eyes (http://www.thomas4d.info/c_toon_eyes.htm) ) has all photos missing.

I think you may have mist the http: part of the link or something like that.

Just wondering, What did you use to make the web site?

08-15-2004, 09:52 AM
Doing an update now also got Thomas4d.com back on line !! YEAH !!!:D

software I'm using netobject fusion at the moment i using 5 but just got 7 so will be updating the site whenever i get the time :confused:

08-15-2004, 11:04 AM
I checked out ( NetObject Fusion (http://www.netobjects.com/) ).

Wow. What a program. And at a good price to. Are there other people here using NetObject Fusion? Are there any video tutorials that someone can provide some links to.

How does NetObject Fusion compare to Dreamweaver? Should I switch? Or should I just stick with the one that I have and know how to use.

P.S Tomas4D .
I just checked your ( www.thomas4d.com (http://www.thomas4d.com) ) website. everything seems to work there. So far I can see all of the photos. It seems like none of them are missing.

It looks like you have been doing lots of good work on your website and your new rigging tools too.

Just wondering, What do you use to make your video tutorials with?

08-15-2004, 07:10 PM
>>How does NetObject Fusion compare to Dreamweaver?

I used to used Dreamweaver 2 or 3 i think .. it's very nice

But i find NetObject Fusion good for bigger sites
the styles work well and I'm no web developer by no means
i only make my own sites and i work out how to uses NetObject in under a day without the manuel ( who reads thoses LOL =)