Giants vs Rams
Saints vs Chiefs
Vikings vs Eagles
Colts vs Titans
Bills vs Dolphins
Redskins vs Lions
Browns vs Bengals
Raiders vs Jaguars
Ravens vs Jets
Chargers vs Falcons
Buccaneers vs 49'ers
Patriots vs Steelers
Seahawks vs Cardinals
it's stupid, but in order to make a new thread within a category, you actually have to click into a thread in that category.
when you do that, the "create post" button appears in the upper right corner of the page that allows you to post a new thread.
oh, I'm already confused. I'm too old to follow instructions anymore I think I'm good as long as the home page functions the same. Does it? I don't mind scrolling and as long as I can see how long ago the thread was made it doesn't matter to me to go into individual categories.
I'd do some research on the best way to set up custom ordering on a website. That's basically what you're offering. So (just off the top of my head) you might have a form that people can fill out with all of the info you need to know what they want. Then you would contact them back to work out the specifics of the design, and give them an estimate of the cost. That can be tricky, especially if you don't know how much time it will take you (if you incorporate a time cost into the final price).
Decide if you're going to have a policy to give yourself some leeway on pricing as you go along or if you're going to honor initial estimates absolutely. I would get a down payment before you begin work, some percentage of the final price that is at least enough to cover the cost of materials. 20% at minimum, 50% is probably better. Deposits should be non-refundable, so that customers will have to think twice about backing out and you're covered for the time and materials you've invested if they do. Make sure everything you're going to do and all of the pricing/payment terms are agreed to in writing before you begin. Most of that will happen via email probably rather than directly on the website.
And then have a gallery of the things you've made previously and some info on those so that people know what type of things they can request. Maybe some basic pricing and lead time info on each type of thing so people have an idea of what to expect. If you do that, it should be the price you would charge for that item, based on whatever pricing metrics you're going to use, not whatever you did charge (presuming you didn't charge as much as you could have for whatever reason).
The way you calculate your prices is of course something else you will need to figure out if you haven't already.
But yeah, lots of stuff to research. Which is one reason why I still don't have a website to sell my jewelry after like 10 years. :D
the coolest thing about it for me, is that if ninty's really dedicated to making it a hybrid and phasing out handhelds
we might just get a console pokemon
an open world pokemon rpg?
i think i'd honestly have a breakdown