In the beginning my website was pure html. The value of adding a bit of common php soon became obvious. An early content management system followed. After watching much water flow down the river I cam to recognize the value of the Drupal Content Management System. I've been tracking Drupal through version 5, 6, and 7. Version 8 is the future. Unfortunately, there is no simple way to move material from previous versions to Drupal version 8. But it was possible for me to capture a static version of my old website. This has all the information, but does not have content that changes. That's acceptable (to me) because this is really just archival material.


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