Hi all, I've been a hobbyist for a couple of years now, but am only just getting into paid, commercial photography. I have my photoblog, but I'd like to set up a proper photography website so my image can be presented professionally with galleries of my work, contact info, the works. Now, despite being fairly computer-savvy, I'm by no means a web professional. So to have a website I'd need a template that I can easily modify, add new galleries, images with ease without having to resort to coding. I've been advised by a web-designer friend to stay away from Flash, even though many photographers use it. He says that Flash makes it hard to integrate good SEO, causes problems on older computers or computers that may not have flash installed, etc. My main clients, at the moment, are businesses rather than individuals, and work computers are rarely the most up-to-date. Also, modifying/adding to a Flash site for someone like me becomes a huge issue. So, anyone have any advice on what to do? Should I combine things like a Dreamweaver template with Aperture galleries... I dunno. Any advice? Thanks, everyone.