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Old 25th of August 2003 (Mon)   #1
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Default G3 galleries by Breezebrowser

I have just redesigned my site using breezebrowser to generate all the HTML for the galleries. I used the multi-index method. I really like it a lot, makes it easy to update/maintain. I hope you like it too.

Thanks for looking / feedback,
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Old 18th of September 2003 (Thu)   #2
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