- Hi People ---
We now have a new tool to use for putting semi-permanent information on
our very own corkboard. Going to either URL as easy as going to one of
these URLs: http://www.CostaRicaonBoard.eboard.com
Anyone may add information or subjects at anytime. Please give only
names and addresses or phone numbers in the resources boxes. No lengthy
testimonials or advertisements. I reserve the right to edit or remove
Help dream up other uses for this board --- maybe a telephone/e-mail
directory for members, contacts and resources --- or maybe any use you
can come up with, just pass it by me. You can start a new subject box
on any subject.
You also may want to start your own virtual corkboard for club, group or
family. It comes with 5 Megs of space and is easy to use. It is just a
lot easier to start up than a WEB page and costs nothing.
***** VIRTUAL CORKBOARD. You can post messages, photos, and links; and
use eBoard as a personal homepage or place to share these. Sign on to
eBoard, a free service, at http://www.eboard.com *****
Check it out, place one of the URLs in your "Favorites" or whatever your
browser calls it, for quick access, and lets discuss it on
Don't worry - sea feliz,
- Great work, Chuck, in finding this e-board thingie! I'm
sure it will be very useful. I've already made a little
experiment there, which all can go and view, to better
understand how to use this and what its limitations are.
Bear with me as I find out more about it.
For those who do not know HTML code, here's a few commands
you can use in your notes:
To bold words put <b> before the words and </b> after to
turn the effect off.
To italize use <i> and then </i>
The make letters bigger use <font size=4> and </font>
after. The size number can go up to 7. 1 and 2 give smaller
To change letter colors use <font color=blue> and </font>
Most the other colors can be used as words here. (brown,
green, yellow, red, white, pink, etc.) Hexadecimal RGB
color codes can be used too if you know 'em!
Size & color can be used together ( <font size=6
Just hope this corkboard thing is not subject to termite
- Chuck, if it was your intention that each adds his info to
that green note, shouldn't you have activated "chat"?
BTW, that new term "e-dress" sort of gives me a picture of
a girl in a sparkling blue dress which has a cord plugged
into the nearest electric outlet. Then there's a power