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Need A thank you page.

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by Godziwa, Dec 10, 2014.

  1. Godziwa

    Godziwa Regular Member

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    Does anyone have a static thank you page template for solo ads? I can't seem to find one anywhere and mine comes out looking like shit after I code it.

    I was basically looking for one that has three buttons I can edit and a download your free gift button at the end.


    I searched the whole net and can't find one.


    Thank you.
     
  2. Ridwan Sugi

    Ridwan Sugi Newbie

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    Instead looking for a freebie, why don't you hire a professional to make it ?
    I think the cost for designing a thank you page is low, only one page website right?
     
  3. Godziwa

    Godziwa Regular Member

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    Yes. How much will such a thing cost?
     
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    LityUM Junior Member

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    Consider also to use some Visual Editor like Visual Composer to build a great page.
     
  6. zeBlackCat

    zeBlackCat Newbie

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    Consider searching for 'HTML page' in fiverr. A quick search gave me quite a few people willing to do it for $5/10. Would save you much trouble and time too compared to doing and learning it yourself. You can always try to learn from what they did after the do the job though. :)