Bit o' History

I was interesting it we design as a young teenager and eventually learned html and css through some help of my friends at the time and I grew from there learning as much as I could. They taught me what they could, I learned the rest by myself. Then I got my sister into it and taught her. I've had a varity of sites in the past but most were to Final Fantasy VII and Star Ocean 2 and cross over between the two. Then I took a bit of a break and started up again, I had a blog, a graphics site and a fan site. Again, lost interest. I went through college and one of my assigments was "Make a comparison website" and I thought, "I've got this!" So that's how I ended up with another Final Fantasy VII site (I wasn't oringally going to keep it) but through link exchanges, I did. More sites were made and I finally joined Amassment (I was even member of the month in March 2013). After joining not only did I make a ton more sites but I've also made just as many friends. ♥ Pirates Board is very special to me because with it I've made so much.

Pirates Board was registered June 3rd, 2007 at Startlogic and it's hosted there as well. It was a birthday/graduation present. Snow and I used to have a joint domain but we got screwed over by the host and since I was more into web design, she decided I could have the domain and she gets all the space she wants. It's a pretty awesome deal. I hosted her and now I host her domain that I helped her with too. The name Pirates Board doesn't come from anything too well known. It's not like from an anime or video game or anything like that. It was something I said during a game of Pirates of the Carribean Monopoly game and it's the only time I won. I like it. I've considered changing the name but I feel the name suits me and I have nothing else to change it to. Not so strange thing even though my domain is inspired by Pirates of the Carribean, it's never feautured a layout of it.

Current Look

This is currently the 20th version of the domain feautring art of two ships and Edward Kenway from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. I wanted something pirate and ship related. Gonna be honest, I've never play Assassin's Creed. But a hot guy and ships work for me. I tried having the effect a bit watery too. Images from Creative Uncut, textures from Celestial Star and Shizoo Designs, background from Subtle Patterns and text is from DaFont or my computer.

Dunno if I wanna show previous looks or not.