The librarian responds, "Well, if that is too hard for you to do, why can't we hire an expert to fix it?" So I have to explain that "hard coded" doesn't mean it is "difficult" but instead means the catalog is made that way, and what she is asking for is the equivalent of asking the Department of Transportation to move the interstate so she has a more direct route to work. * The library would like space on a server to install WordPress, the popular blogging software. IT has installed it, but people can't comment because the network folks feel that allowing the general public to post comments is a security risk; they can't understand why we'd want people to comment anyway. * We have a number of database-driven webpages.