iWeb’s inbuilt limitations meant content relating to Music, Wine and Reading were soon hived off to different subsites, with what was left remaining in The Original LHoC.

News that MobileMe, which had hosted the content, was going to disappear in mid-2012 meant I needed a new host.

Given Apple’s disinterest in upgrading iWeb, I also needed new software that worked in roughly the same template-driven way. 

First up I switched to  RapidWeaver, which did the job pretty well, and started publishing to my own domain name.

That worked for a while, with everything clustered together under a single umbrella, but when we returned from Japan, and I started adding Travelogue material strange things started happening.

As a result, I switched over to Sandvox, which is what has produced the pages you're currently viewing.

Ventures into the Blogosphere via a suite of LHoC themed blogs was probably going a little over the top.

On the other hand, it does help the process of refining and editing drafts of what I’ve tapped out here in the office. 

Lately, as part of the continuing quest for expressive elegance, I've paid for a subscription to Grammarly  the online proofreading service. 

It isn't cheap, but there's enough content hereabouts that needs a polish, and that justifies the expense.

So, what's the current structure?

© Ian L Hughes 2021