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by Jim Zipp on Tue Jun 12, 2018 3:29 pm
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I have a website that was built using Coppermine which is a data based system where key words etc can generate thumbnail pages which can then be clicked on for viewing. It worked ok for years but as servers change some web sites need to be upgraded.

Anyone know anybody that works with Coppermine galleries that I might be able to hire to update my site? Not looking for free advice and willing to pay.  My host tried simply updating Copermine but then my site didn't work properly so it does need work.

Any suggestions who I might be able to pay to repair/upgrade my site would be greatly appreciated. 

Website is www.jimzipp.com.  I'd also be open to having a new one built from scratch where I'd be the one to upload and update new mages as they become available.

Jim
 

by archfotos on Thu Jun 21, 2018 8:35 pm
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Jim I can't help you with Coppermine.  I've used both photoShelter and now Format both are rather easy to create a website using their templates. Thought I'd throw that out there in case you're looking to switch.  I have no connection with either other than using them.
 

by Jim Zipp on Sun Jun 24, 2018 6:08 am
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archfotos wrote:
Jim I can't help you with Coppermine.  I've used both photoShelter and now Format both are rather easy to create a website using their templates. Thought I'd throw that out there in case you're looking to switch.  I have no connection with either other than using them.


Thanks for the input.  What I'm used to is a site with over 10,000 images that can be searched by keyword or by browsing groups etc and as far as I know those are not.  I sort of doubt I'm going to find a fix  for this any time soon and may have to try a different approach.
 

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