This is Key Stage 4 Chemistry ~ GCSE.

Welcome to my new look Gondar Design Chemistry website. This is just one of five sections at Gondar Design Science. In the migration from NetBenefit to Easyspace I have removed “wordpress” from the URLs and this means that all the facebook like button counts have been reset to zero. Here you can post comments or ask questions on almost every page. Please register first.

We do NOT use your email for any purpose other than
to send you a password or password reminder.

Use the links on the bottom right of any page to navigate the separate sections of the site.

Lots of chemical reactions take place in water. The photograph in this chemistry section of my site shows it all frozen up: lovely snow!

11 Responses to Welcome

  1. escorte brasov says:

    I really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you make this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it for you? Plz respond as I’m looking to design my own blog and would like to find out where u got this from. appreciate it

  2. Nigel says:

    I started with WordPress three weeks ago. I used the theme Twenty Ten, but I had to edit the theme page to change the colours from black. That was quite difficult since I had to trawl through a very long CSS page to find where to make the changes: eg from #000 to #800000, #008000, or #000080 to get the blue, green and brown. I had to do this in several places to get the same colours in the comments and widgets as well as on the main content. I also had to find the best plugins to be able to add my own PHP code, Facebook “like” buttons and Alexa Stats. I took about two weeks to copy all the text from my old HTML pages into WordPress and then reduce the old pages to automated transfers to the new ones.

    On my fun website I kept the old HTML to run with the new WordPress pages.

    All this was because I had to move my site from an old server to a new one that would not accept Microsoft FrontPage.

  3. Ariela says:

    very informative, thank you.

  4. Clover says:

    what options did you pick for gcse?

  5. Atif Mehmood says:

    very usefu thing

  6. bhagya says:

    can u send me some easy tips to learn chemistry

    • Nigel Purchon says:

      There is a difference between memorising and learning. Which do you want to do?

      To learn something, you must understand it, and if you understand it you will find it much easier to remember it.

      You can still get quite good marks by memorising the facts even if you don’t understand them. This is memorising.

      So which do you want to do?

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