Dan! Yes, great to see you drop by.
I’m responding to offer perhaps a different direction. I know you’re a programmer sw guy by day and by heart. I’m not, but I really can relate having designed and built my own website by hand in 1995. Since then, I’ve changed, upgraded, learned, wrote, etc. etc. for 20+ years. ASP, MS Access database, html, css coding… you know all to well. Long story short, I hadn’t done any updates to my site for a number of years. I know Windows support for MS Access and shared server support… are waning to say the least. Then, just a few short weeks ago I learned my site was infested with malware.
I could have literally spent hundreds of bucks getting it cleaned up. I could have invested hundreds of hours converting to MySQL and updating my site. Forget the fact that my site isn’t close to being compatible in the “smart” era… Sorry, just not practical to continue my homegrown “I built it” ways.
In less than a week I now have a new website hosted on Smugmug. Huge learning curve on building using the interface, but gone are the days of coding, database, asp/css/html and hosting issues.
Just sayin’… you could save yourself a lot of headache taking advantage of current options such as Smugmug, Zenfolio, Squarespace, etc.
Good to hear from you. Been quietly following your work on FB - Boulder has served you well!
oh, check out my new site presence at lonoveracker.com
(still in progress and I have many more images to prep and load, but have a framework now.)