Pokemon Wave originally opened as The Pokemon Center. I got the old name from I site that I really
liked. I made my first site on Geocites, and I used the PageBuilder that didn't require any HTML.
Then I learned HTML from a few books, and started making my pages using HTML, which was a lot better
than the PageBuilder. At that time, I used frames, which wasn't so good, and no one liked frames then.
After a few months in Geocites, it kicked me out, so I had to find a new host. I went to Tripod, and
started uploading all my files there. But after a day only, I decided to go somewhere else, and that's
when I registered for Angelfire. Right after that, I went on vacation, and left my site alone for about two months.
I lost hits badly. I immediately uploaded all the files I had in Geocities to Angelfire, and stayed there
for a few months too. That's when I started to make tables using SSI instead of frames for my website,
because it looked better and more people like tables than frames. After that time, I decided to change the
name of my site, and I can't because the URL already said The Pokemon Center, and it wouldn't be
right if I called it Pokemon Wave (the name of the new site). And so I made another account with Angelfire,
and called this one Pokemon Wave, a great name (I think). I did that not only because I wanted to change the
name, but also I wanted to make an extra copy ofmy site, in case someone hacks me. Then I'll be in deep
Snorlax dung. If you want to visit my old website at Geocities which still exsists, all you have to do is
click here to get there. And if you want to visit the other
site called The Pokemon Center in Angelfire, then click
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