“In order to write the series, I trained and qualified as a professional bodyguard. This is what I call « method writing » - it’s similar to an actor’s method. So I acquired skills in unarmed combat, defensive driving, tactical firearms, threat assessments, surveillance, and even anti-ambush...” — Chris Bradford
“The support is great. I am learning about the rest. It is hard not to go directly into the HTML code easily and to adjust to the loss of CSS style sheets. I want something less than Dreamweaver but more than wyswyg.” — Christopher J Patton
Sandvox plus the “Cirrus” design were the winning combination for Ronald C. Flores, of Puerto Rico, who built his “Skålnoticias” website for Skål International Puerto Rico.
“My club members think I am an expert web designer and, of course, I am not. Sandvox made me look good.”
Sandvox along with the “Urban Forest” design did the job for Jane A. Beal, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, who created her “Lucky Dog Cambridge” website and published it using the popular website creation software for the Mac.
“Sandvox does not require any programming skills to use. If you can type a letter, you can create a website.”
“One thing I needed was subheadings to break up sections, used mainly on the History page, at present. I used raw HTML to surround a string with <h3> tags for this effect. Raw HTML was also used for the book "A Short Course in Programming," which had been hand-coded HTML from the previous website....” — Dave Ruske
“Sandvox is very easy to use for someone who knows no HTML. Everything about it seems completely logical. Even the process of uploading the finished site was unexpectedly straight-forward. I anticipated a steep learning curve, but it turned out to be surprisingly easy. Most astonishingly, the...” — Martin Greet
To assemble “Family and Friends of Dakota Uprising Victims,” Joyce A. Kloncz, of Surprise, Arizona, USA, decided on Sandvox together with the “Telegraph Office Fir” design.
“I love the drag-and-drop features of Sandvox. I love the ease of putting together a professional-looking website.”
Sandvox and the “Mezzanotte Red” design fit the bill for Joyce A. Kloncz, of Surprise, Arizona, USA. She created her “Arizona West Valley Chapter” website for University of Minnesota Alumni Association.
“I gleaned information from our brochures, bylaws, mission statement, and previous events to focus on.”