Nok-Benin is being updated to make your navigational experience functional and easier. There should be no disruption to your browsing. That is why we left most of the old links were they are. The update incorporates our website page layout and navigation, so it will not affect website content. Including new articles on the Moors, Early African Presence in Arabia, Prominent Black Muslims, Sudan, Senegal and Morocco. Including The forgotten Negroid of European Aristocracy.
Black History at Nok-Benin is illustrated with concise and precise history of Africa, Americas, Austrasia, Asia, Europe and their Philosophy. The Black European links would be left on the homepage until end of March 2112.
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We would also like to take this opportunity to inform you about updated pages and articles. Old And New Dynasty Pages: Intro ± 1 ± 2 ± 3 ± 4 ± 5 ± 6 ± 7 ± 8 ± 9 ± 10 ± Dogon ± 1 ± 2 ± 3 ± Olmec Pages: ± Intro Movie 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ± Linked and updated Al-Islam Pages ± 1 ± 2 ± 3
Nok-Benin was and still is a not for profit small voluntary community organisation, despite the .co.uk url, which rely heavily on volunteers.
The social enterprise venture may be resurrected in future, never say never. Some of the relics of our social enterprise venture can still be access via now defunct product page, which will now be dedicated to publishing our latest research into the history of the Moors via website update.
Let us make it perfectly clear that, we do not agree with the view expressed by every single article on this website; however, there are only a few of those. To agree with the view expressed by every single article, would be like accusing the pro European historians, of the same offence we would be committing. However, there are a lot of credible and relevant articles that challenges the pro European historians' points of view.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank these websites on behalf of Nok-Benin for their various tutorials pertaining to Multi Columns, Multi Level Drop-down Menu, Background Images and Conflicting Rules on Cascading Style Sheet (CSS).
These tutorials are very clear, simple and well structured. In fact the re-designing of this website via CSS is based on the tutorials of the websites listed below.
Other CSS Tutorial links: W3 Schools
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Free CSS Layout Generator Sofware: Binary Turf