I am a very very amateur web designer, perhaps the worst you will ever know.
This regards my personal photography website, detranophotos.com. Over the past ten years, I have created many web galleries using photoshop and lightroom. I uploaded these onto a personal website detranophotos.com. I used text editors and dreamweaver to write the HTML code and filezilla to upload.
stopped working. Aside from having to delete the corresponding colde and recreate and re-upload the galleries with new ones, is there any workaround to this problem? Adobe tech support copped out and told me to ask you guys.
Thanks for answering. Of course, it would be important that people can view the galleries. My problem is, that with my limited skills, rebuilding and re-uploading dozens of galleries will take an enormous effort and time.
This must be a problem that others, with larger sites than mine, have had to face. How to do it as efficiently as possible?
By the way, I find it unforgiveable that, as late as 2019, Adobe still promoted and sold software to build galleries that would require a program that they inteded to discontinue. Is there a way perhaps to input the galleries into an application that outputs galleries that do not require Flash??
Right now, can you help with suggestions on how to do this?