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Well it's been ages since I wrote anything - being a one man band with a hectic 'real work' schedule and a family doesn't leave much time for thinking up informative/enjoyable/interesting blog posts. However, I had a call from a client today and I thought the solution may help someone else out there, so I thought I'd write it down.
I've recently been working on the new Whitby Town Council website. One of the main requirements of the council was that PDF documents should be available to download from a number of document categories. At the same time, some of the documents should only be available to town councillors, with others freely available to the general public.
Many social sites offer their users HTML widgets to embed into their websites. Twitter provides a handy interface to enable its users to customise the style of their widget and get the code, you can have a look here if you don't know what I'm talking about. However, these profile widgets all end up looking the same, no matter what colours you pick.
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