We'll see about that. I've heard stories about that museum being really bitchy about displaying the most amazing things.The museum is on the site of an old mine that closed years ago but all the colliery buildings and the wheels for the lifts are all in place and there's this really impressive new building set up there. It's actually rather nice.Some old model engineer built a steam powered replica of this amazing steam-driven, self-propelled excavator that ran in the mine (like some amazing War of the Worlds / Thunderbirds-style machine) and the actual machine was named after its inventor. At the museum was some enormous conference-room named after the same guy and so the bloke donated his beautiful, working model to the museum and they basically told him to frag off.So I have no particular expectations.I know this because my Grandfather was a superb model engineer, having fixed up Lancasters in the War and he told me a couple of years ago.We built a Robot Wars machine but it was very unluckily destroyed in a complete, bastard fluke at local-competition-level up here and so it was never televised although it did compete. Although, I did make an entrance to school once riding on top of it! It didn't have the full impact because all the weapons had to be removed the weekend before.You could upload anything to the Gallery and attach the story to it. I'm sure someone would do you a cover! At the moment the stuff you type into CMS appears above the image anyway, although I might try and see if I can change that a bit.I did nothing to get the stuff looking how it did. I just cut and pasted (not the HTML source or anything, just the browser window's output from the Wiki-thing) into the CMS editor thing and that was it. It's all push-button anyway. If you want bold, you highlight and click B, I guess.I wonder if any new themes have come out for the Coppermine software. I feel like writing my own actually but that's not so easy.
Dream big and bold and daring.