Well after working on it for over a year, my new Aesthetic Design and Photography web site is up and running. Two problems: First, it suffered from “The plumber’s house has leaky pipes” syndrome. Second, it was a moving target. I was using the redesign to learn about CSS, XHTML, HTML 4.1 and a bunch of other new stuff. For you the user, you don’t care about all this, but trust me, it’s the latest stuff in the web design world. As I was doing the update I kept learning new things so I would go back and start updating the site again, getting caught in a never ending loop. There was one problem that I just couldn’t find the answer to, so I finally redesigned around it and decided to go ahead and finish it. Then a few days after doing that, I found the solution I was looking for. So it looks like version 4.0 will be coming soon. Or maybe not, given how long it took me to work on version 3. The main reason for the Version 3 design was to separate the layout from the content, so further changes in the design can be done on one stylesheet page rather than on all the individual pages. That gets important now that the site is over 150 pages.