Valeur et discipline

Click on the image to visit my old 'Valeur et Disipline' website

Today I was looking for pictures to illustrate a posting on WD3 forum about how to fold miniature flags realistically.  I was trying to find an old picture showing a well-folded flag, so started hunting though my old websites.

When I got to my Napoleonic French website, Valeur et Discipline, I realised that I had forgotten how pleased I was with the overall look of this site.  I haven’t visited it in several years, so it was great fun re-reading my own articles and looking again at the pictures.

The site was made in Dreamweaver, using an invisible  table layout (yes, I know, table layouts are very dated now).  I’m quite proud of the animated buttons that I made myself, as well as the banner (all done in Corel Photo-Paint).  While blogging is much easier, I must say blogs tend to look a lot more bland than these old-style crafted websites.   

My French army still occasionally goes to war, though I’m afriad my generalship doesn’t usually match that of the great Napoleon himself.



Filed under GMB Design flags, Napoleonics

2 responses to “Valeur et discipline

  1. V&D is still one of my favourite sites, Roly.

    I still check from time to time just for the eye candy, and the fact that it simply oozes enthusiasm!

    Love to see it updated, although clearly you have a lot of other projects on the go these days.

  2. TWR

    Your websites are interesting and I occasionaly visit some in the hope there has been an update.

    Keep up the good work.

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