I changed the site theme/layout again, this time to something slicker and more professional looking and hopefully better suited to the assorted content. I finally figured out how to make pages without starting a new blog or making one from scratch, so now there's an About page.
The Crowfeathers comic was totally cobbled together and running on Somery C, which is now completely out of date and unsupported, so I am working on converting it over to posts in b2evolution. All the other comics and photos on here are simply blog posts in b2evolution.
Why am I using b2evolution instead of Wordpress? When Justin and I were doing Lawn Darts in 2009, I tried running it on Wordpress, and it was running hot and heavy and using up too many resources on the server (or so said Lunarpages). I didn't really understand how to set it to cache the pages then, and I still don't... so I started looking at other options for blog software. It took me a long time to figure things out on Wordpress, and it seemed like there was an update every month or less, and then there was a major update during that time that changed everything, and in general it annoyed me. SO, I came across b2evolution, which seems to be barely used by anybody except hardcore nerds, and it was advertised as being a simpler system (easier to alter for people like me that dare to screw directly with the code at all instead of doing absolutley everything via widgets and plugins) and MORE SECURE. I like security, being generally insecure myself. When I had Coppermine installed to show fan art, I got hacked by a Chinese prostitution ring or something weird like that. I'm pretty sure there was some back end issue with Coppermine, anyway, that created the security issue. I don't use Coppermine now, although I'm sure its safe nowadays (does it even exist anymore?). Anyway, more secure = more betterer.