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Announcements!

We have some exciting news! CCAS has moved to a new and improved version of our platform. Not only is it more powerful and better organized, it is completely responsive (looks great on all devices).

ATTN: MEMBERS WHO JOINED AFTER AUGUST 22, 2019
The only issue we are experiencing with this move:
Members who joined after August 22, 2019 WILL NEED TO RE-ENTER THEIR PROFILE QUESTION, ANSWERS. Please accept our sincere apologies for this inconvenience.

ALL MEMBERS:
We have added a new Profile Question: "Which Category best describes you?"

Categories: Amateur Artist, Professional Artist, Amateur Writer, Professional Writer, Independent Self-Publisher, Traditional Publisher, and Fan.

Please edit your Profile, and select your chosen category. By choosing the category that best describes you, will enable you to add content to the appropriate new modules:
1. Artists: Add photos to the new Arts & Prints Photo Module.
2. Writers: Add your bio information to the new Writers List Module.
3. Publishers: Add your bio information to the new Publishers List Module.
4. Publishers & Writers: Add books to the new Comic Books & Graphic Novels Module.

CLICK HERE to Edit Profile Questions.

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  • Much thanks! Let me know when you get it.
    God bless!
  • Melchizedek, I was thinking Baltimore (Maryland) Mennonite Church.
  • Thanks for the kind words. I really like your angel characters.
  • Melchizedek, I probably know the congregation your talking about.
  • Hey man, thanks so much for reading my little comic. Glad you liked it, I was a bit silly in those days, so a lot of the jokes are pretty lame, hey.
  • ARGH, sorry, I forgot it wouldn't show up on a comment... take out the extra spaces I put after the first < in each code...

    Find < head> and < /head>. Then paste this code somewhere in between those two:

    < style type="text/css">
    a { text-decoration:none }
    < /style>
  • In Dreamweaver, you should just be able to highlight that word, and hit the 'underline' button to un-underline it.

    But if that doesn't work, you can also code it to not be there; go to the 'code' (I think that's what it is) tab in Dreamweaver, then, look for the two peices of code: stuff here .

    Paste this somewhere in between those two:


    It should work fine then. :)
  • A little. I took a class a year or two ago; but I generally do most of my work hardcoding in notepad. What do you need to know?
  • Hey Thanks, Todd! Really appreciate that heaps. Hope you like it!
  • Your stuff is intense! Love it!
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