After many requests, I've created a forum on my Contact page where people can submit materials to be hosted on this site!
So far, gathering scans from others has provided access to tons of materials I thought I'd never host due to their rarity. I'm definitely shifting my focus away from only hosting my personal collection, and more towards being a general searchable database. So this is a team effort now! Gimme your scans!
Weebly still has it's limitations, but after realizing there's a search bar function that works with page text I think it is my best option short of learning to code XD I dislike not being in control of my website hosting and am worried about suddenly being shut down, but there's not much else I can do right now.
Anyways, I'm adding more stuff from Ahmar Wolf's collection constantly (and am getting around to scanning my own stuff too), so check back in every now and then to see what's new! Bark Bark!
Life's been kicking my ass lately, so I haven't had time to take any more scans of my collection. But that doesn't mean I'm not adding things!
Awhile ago I ran into this post on Furry Times containing tons of scans of old and new furry material. I've gotten permission from the uploader Ahmar Wolf (who is otherwise unaffiliated with this project) to repost those scans here to further their reach and make them more widely accessible, which is great because there's a HUGE amount of very hard to find stuff here that can finally reach more eyes! I present a small example of what is to come!
Though I'll keep uploading on this Weebly site for now, I'm recognizing that my process here is pretty unsustainable. Weebly obviously isn't deigned to host a database so I'm having to do a lot of tedious work to get the gallery to be vaguely navigate-able, but I'd ideally like to introduce the ability to search by tags and keywords. They also prohibit the hosting of sexually explicit content, so I'd have to censor some of this more raunchy incoming stuff with the uncensored versions being available though direct content which is wildly inconvenient. Alas I have no programing skills, so this is how it will continue until I find a program my small mind can understand, or I can pay someone smarter than me to do it for me XD Let me know if you have any suggestions on where I could go from here!
(On the note of me having to do this tedious work, please let me know if I have made any spelling or linking mistakes, and I will fix them ASAP!)
EDIT: I've figured out Weebly as a search bar compatible with page text, so you can now search by key words on the Gallery! Right now it just works with all the major details like title, publisher, year, and type, but I will go through and add additional keywords like artists, genre, topics, and more!