Help With Making a Sims 3 Pets Pug Rescue Website Using Weebly?!?

Hi all. I want to know how I can build an amazing kennel and how I can do this without the master controller mod. I want to have a pug rescue and a website for it. I want to use Weebly and want to know how and what would be the best way to make the layout look like. I would probably have 2 other families so I can have pug rescues, collie rescues, and pitbull terrier rescues all on this website. Also if I can figure out how to add custom content I will add custom content. I can’t use the master controller because it doesn’t work on my game. Any ideas and help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

I think before you jump into the whole making a website, you should consider what you want to get out of it and what’s the best and least time-consuming way for you to achieve that. If you just primarily want a way to keep a record of your Sims 3 pets pug rescue game, I strongly recommend you go with a blog, instead of messing about with websites and designs for it, which will take up a lot of your time.

That way you can truly have your Sims 3 idea online in 10 minutes (rather than the endless amount of time you’d otherwise spend making everything look exactly as you want) and then just simply make a new entry in your blog whenever you feel like it. The most successful Sims 3 fan blog is:

http://aliceandkev.wordpress.com

You can borrow a lot of ideas from there. For blogs, WordPress is simply better than Weebly (and any other platform for that matter), so I’d go with WordPress and that same K2-lite template or a similar clean looking template. Then if you’re good at telling a story and at adorning it with pictures, you may find that some people take an interest in your Sims 3 adventure. If they don’t, at least you haven’t spent days and days building a pretty website that no one is visiting.

In theory you could do just that, having the three families, each looking after one breed, but in practice, I think switching between families and keeping track of what’s happening in each household and in the scattered pets’ lives could become a pain. I would try to get MasterController working properly in your game. There’s no reason why it shouldn’t and it would make your save 100 times easier to manage. This is my working MasterController set-up:

- Files downloaded:
‘Resource.cfg’: http://skuld.modthesims.info/Resource.cfg
‘NRaas_MasterController_V82.zip’: http://nraas.wikispaces.com/MasterController

‘Resource.cfg’ in ‘C:\Documents and Settings\<computer name>\My Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 3\Mods’
‘NRaas_MasterController.package’ (after extracting from zip file) in ‘C:\Documents and Settings\<computer name>\My Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 3\Mods\Packages’

For full instructions see Blunote00′s check list:

http://nraas.wikispaces.com/How+to+Install

One Response to “Help With Making a Sims 3 Pets Pug Rescue Website Using Weebly?!?”

  1. J says:

    I think before you jump into the whole making a website, you should consider what you want to get out of it and what’s the best and least time-consuming way for you to achieve that. If you just primarily want a way to keep a record of your Sims 3 pets pug rescue game, I strongly recommend you go with a blog, instead of messing about with websites and designs for it, which will take up a lot of your time.

    That way you can truly have your Sims 3 idea online in 10 minutes (rather than the endless amount of time you’d otherwise spend making everything look exactly as you want) and then just simply make a new entry in your blog whenever you feel like it. The most successful Sims 3 fan blog is:
    http://aliceandkev.wordpress.com

    You can borrow a lot of ideas from there. For blogs, WordPress is simply better than Weebly (and any other platform for that matter), so I’d go with WordPress and that same K2-lite template or a similar clean looking template. Then if you’re good at telling a story and at adorning it with pictures, you may find that some people take an interest in your Sims 3 adventure. If they don’t, at least you haven’t spent days and days building a pretty website that no one is visiting.

    In theory you could do just that, having the three families, each looking after one breed, but in practice, I think switching between families and keeping track of what’s happening in each household and in the scattered pets’ lives could become a pain. I would try to get MasterController working properly in your game. There’s no reason why it shouldn’t and it would make your save 100 times easier to manage. This is my working MasterController set-up:

    - Files downloaded:
    ‘Resource.cfg’: http://skuld.modthesims.info/Resource.cfg
    ‘NRaas_MasterController_V82.zip’: http://nraas.wikispaces.com/MasterController

    ‘Resource.cfg’ in ‘C:\Documents and Settings\<computer name>\My Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 3\Mods’
    ‘NRaas_MasterController.package’ (after extracting from zip file) in ‘C:\Documents and Settings\<computer name>\My Documents\Electronic Arts\The Sims 3\Mods\Packages’

    For full instructions see Blunote00′s check list:
    http://nraas.wikispaces.com/How+to+Install
    References :

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