The ancient web server that has hosted faculty and student personal web sites here has died. The college might come up with a replacement for it, but since I'm going to retire sometime in the next couple of years anyway, I'd just as soon get a domain name and move my stuff to a commercial web host now. The site is pretty basic as far as technology goes: about 150-200 pages of static HTML+CSS, and accompanying images, less than 500 MB altogether. Most of it is a photo gallery for one of my hobbies. Probably not very high traffic. No dynamic technology (databases, etc.) although I can see myself experimenting with that stuff when I have more time for it. I don't need a fancy site-builder interface. I'm used to uploading files via scp or FTP, and tweaking things with a text editor at a Unix/Linux command line. I do some WordPress stuff at work, so I can see starting a blog alongside the existing pages, but there's too much stuff to convert it all to blog format. Any suggestions?