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Hi PageLines Team! Happy new year to your all!


I just wanted to let you know that Photoreview, the website I designed and launched last october has been featured next to Microsoft, ZDNet, and Gamekult in an article about French responsive design websites on Presse-Citron.net (very famous French high-tech blog).


Here's the link (in French): http://www.presse-citron.net/10-sites-francais-qui-ont-deja-adopte-le-responsive-design


Our team at Photoreview are very proud of it and I wanted to thank the PageLines team for the great work and support you provide since I started to learn WordPress, HTML, CSS and so on... just two years ago.



www.photoreview.fr | www.kankei.fr

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