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This website is a single HTML file. It simply uses the #anchor suffix (from 1992) and the :target CSS selector to show and hide pages/content.
Old school GIFs put on website of the 2000
About the Unix epoch. It provides usages in different languages and a description of the Year 2038 and the 32-bit timestamp format.
A list of sites that weight less than 10 KB
So for now, here’s a collection of articles that to some degree answer the question “Why have a personal website?” with “Because it’s fun, and the internet used to be fun.”
The 512KB Club is a collection of performance-focused web pages from across the Internet. To qualify your website must satisfy both of the following requirements:
- It must be an actual site that contains a reasonable amount of information, not just a couple of links on a page (more info here).
- Your total UNCOMPRESSED web resources must not exceed 512KB.
Another personal website <3
I'm a front-end developer, designer, accessibility specialist, educator, and CSS artist. I write, speak, and collect ethical design resources. I work freelance, and you can hire me.
The blog: https://fossheim.io/writing/
A frontend developer and accessibility auditor (and other things). The website design is close to the WCAG documents appearance :D
The blog: https://www.matuzo.at/blog/
The personal website of cassie :)
My blog is where I think out loud. Expect mainly front-end development, with a sprinkling of self care and mental health.
A personal website that has themes depending of the day: "live", "cycle", "sunrise", "Day", "Sunset", "Night" and "Light".
I'm a web developer based in Edinburgh, Scotland, and use the pronouns he/him. I love front-end development—particularly CSS, HTML, and web performance.
The blog: https://alistairshepherd.uk/writing/
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