I’m trying (12/11/2010) to reorganise my older site, which is now going on for a decade old. A lot has changed on the internet since then, and things that were difficult have become much easier to do, as people have contributed their time and expertise for free. I always wanted the site to be searchable, and to be able to move sequentially through the pages. This new site, based on WordPress, can do just that, and a lot more.
Looking through the old site (link on the right) there are a lot of pictures, mostly classified by the name of the contributor and nothing else. Grateful as I am, it isn’t the best way of setting out all the pictures, and I plan to reload everything once again with better indexing.
First a category which doesn’t need namechecks – a lot of Evesham course photos, just to get me into practise. After much testing, I’m using the NextGEN gallery system by Alex Rabe, which seems to be the best, is very good, but not quite complete yet. Can’t complain too much, as it is free.
So – an Evesham course picture gallery. Click on any picture, and you get a large version, with forward and back arrows. Click again to go back to the thumbnails.