I was thinking it would be nice if we had a thread for sharing our own websites/homepages. Woah, here's one now! Show me your netspace sushi!
Here's mine. It's a complete mess, but I like it. It's kind of new well, technically it's existed for a little while, but I only started working on it recently
, so it's missing a lot of things, and there are a few links that 404. Though it's hosted on neocities, it's only slighty
I'm not smart enough to make my own website or anything but I do think that it's super cool when other people do.
There's something about things that have been literally made, rather than just "set up" to reflect someone or something that makes it so much better even if it's shit.
i also have a neocities website, i havent touched it years though and it's like all tables and inline css.https://qophyn.neocities.org/
I used to have a homepage back then when the web wasn't this centralized. Now my internets pretty much consist of jewtube, jewbooru and a couple of ibs. And several hundred bookmarks.
Though there isn't much available at the moment…
I want to start writing a bit, since I'm so bad at it and want to improve. Maybe I'll start a blog? I don't know…
I'll probably upload some of my glitch art at some point, too. It needs a proper place to live.
There's some doujin albums and a 404 page if you people want to explore a bit.
These are all pretty aesthetic websites, sushis. Since simplicity is my thing, however, I have to say I especially like the cosiness of qophyn.neocities.org.
These entries have made me much less confident about sharing my own site, but I've linked it here before anyway: http://unraed.uk
Some code repos, some music and…not much else at the moment. Does anyone know fun web projects to do to flesh it out a bit?
this is my websitehttps://jojo-website.neocities.org/
i just made it to mainly play around with html and css
Really cool site, sushi!
this is so much fun; more people should share ^_^
bit different from the other stuff here, but me: https://shmibbles.me>>848
something really nice in this simplicity, though, even if it is kind of old>>853
still some cool stuff here! trying out this napalm thing. +1 for having a man page>>859
listening to this bandcamp thing, and it's pretty interesting!
Hey. I had your blog in my bookmarks already. You're the person that used to work on lainzine, aren't you?
Nice to see your blog is still chugging along!
Nice site. I need to make one.
Really nice websites on this thread. What did you guys studied to do it?
Studying is nothing compared to just doing it, sushi. Just make an account on neocities and start editing the index.html and see what works and what doesn't. There are some good tutorials for html and css at https://www.w3schools.com/
, but don't think you have to go through all the steps before you make a website, just use it for reference as you tinker and you'll naturally get better.
also remember on any website you can use the right click -> inspect element and its associated developer tools to learn how other websites work (and copy off them)
That works as long as it's simple enough. If the guy uses some kind of farfetched JS framework that generate css on-the-fly or has a 10MB source complete with templates applied in real time, you're not going to be able to easily know how it works.
very true, but imo that's a silly way to make a website anyway, especially a personal homepage
>>874>studying instead of doing
baka.>buy a cheap SBC (<$20) and install an ssh ready/headless linux image on a microSD for it (armbian)>install nginx/apache, set up the config files>forward port 80 if it isn't open already>register a domain name with either afraid.org (gratis) or an actual domain registration company ($)>test it out>lrn2html with https://www.w3schools.com/>trial and error until you have something decent>???>benis
>>880>trial and error
yes, just do this. i basically know nothing about html and css but i did fine. just look up stuff on w3schools and have fun making what you want to make. also, neocities.org has free hosting for simple websites if you dont want to host yourself.
Been a really long time since I didn't update it.
Only passing by, i wanted to say that all of this is beautiful, you reminded me that the Wired is not dead and there is no limit to people's coolness and eerieness.
T-thank you sushi rolls! >_<
Lain bless every single one of your sites
A lot of these pages are really charming… I like pages that have personal flair, something like a diary or blog.
It feels like not many people keep up homepages anymore :\
Death to micro-blogging!>>853
This is how I approach design too. There's a tendency to heap too much on a project without looking back and refining it.>>848
M-marry me ///>.<///
thank you strangers, that makes me feel really nice>>1004
sorry, im a bit mellowed now cause of a falling out with someone else. im going to be alone for a while
I guess http://channel.moe/
is my site.
I made a cooperative oekaki site using html5 and such. It works pretty good.
Wanted to host my own imageboard software in the beginning (thats why the domain is channel.moe), but I don't want to risk legal shit at this point in time, so rather did this.
Oh, and since I had to reset it recently there is nothing drawn.
Maybe I should add a feature to store the state on disk some day, but if no one is using it, I don't know why I should bother.
>>1008>I don't want to risk legal shit at this point in time
You could run a textboard, or an oekaki only imageboard.
I love what you've done with ral.space
My neocities. For a while I was updating it fairly frequently, I should get back to that at some point, but there's not much for me to write about atm. Design based on the 4.5 tatami room.
I'll echo what everyone else here says, website design is super easy to learn! The trick is to read a very basic html tutorial, learn about how to use css (or not if you like web 2.0) and then look at the page source of websites you think look cool. Copy what you need, modify and combine etc. All you need is mousepad It's honestly super fun and kind of relaxing.
Nice website, nice music too
I love your site's design. Also, even if you should choose not to put it online, I hope that you continue to write in the same the way that you approach the blog section on your site. I love this format, short thoughts on a focused topic.
You could maybe even keep a diary-of-sorts, with thoughts on everyday things or maybe just talking about whatever happened that day. Writing in that style helps me; normally it starts off like a little vignette and then blossoms into some thoughts or feelings… I'm always glad that I wrote them down!>>1012
The design feels like a big step forward! I really enjoy the community we have gathered so far and I hope we can find ~even~ more friends to hang out with!>>1003>Wired is not dead
If we all keep it up, we can create our own little space here!
I am pretty fine with the way the site is.
There are so many imageboards already. Maybe the world doesn't need my imageboard-software (although I like it).
A more or less well functioning oekaki site is pretty good too.
I don't know if I want users though.
It would be kind of nice I guess, but then I would have to share it on sites more people use.
If too many people use it I would also have to upgrade my server, which would kind of suck, since I have no money at all.
I tidied up the website and changed the style a bit.
The journal is up, although the most updated section of it is probably the dream diary rather than the regular one.
That reminds me I need to update it…
I registered https://pokepals.website
a while ago. If you have ideas or things/art of yours you’d want me to put there just say so.
Still a work in progress, but I have a personal site at https://plasmawiz.neocities.org/
Any criticism is very welcome, I am a complete novice when it comes to HTML and CSS.
I wish I could have a cool site like OP :(
Guide to making a cool site like mine:
1. Steal lots of images
2. Steal lots of music
3. Find a chimp with ADHD and a basic knowledge of HTML
4. Now your site is so cool that you don't even need to add your own content!
This is like a description of all web 2.0 serverside operations.
I'm learning to make a website so I can show it off to potential employers. I'm nowhere near at the level you guys are at yet though. I'm just trying to make something basic with a blog. I tried following a tutorial for creating a PHP blog with XAMPP but it was littered with errors and it looked like more effort than it was worth.
How do you guys create your blogs?
Wordpress is the easiest, but also the least impressive, because all it really demonstrates is the ability to install a CMS.
You could also use Jekyll Bootstrap to generate static pages.
The most basic way to do it is to>1a. Make a html template for your pages>1b. Make a seperate css stylesheet>2. Experiment with how it looks until you're comfortable with it>3. Make a bunch of pages using your template and link 'em all together.
Of course, your employer probably won't want to have to fiddle with the html, and it's pretty annoying to have to modify each page whenever you change something in the template, but it's a start.
Been thinking about making a website for a while now. Mostly to have somewhere to host a simple blog and various projects. Jekyll as mentioned by >>1167
seems interesting, but I really don't like playing with ruby gems or python pip. Any other well maintained and simple CMS around? Mostly looking for recommendations. I found hugo which is written in go, but something in c or sh/bash would be nice too (if they're well maintained).
I started using neocities because it's free and good for a practice website lol.>>1167
Yeah the majority of what I see online is about Wordpress but I was worried about it not looking very impressive.>>1170
I've gotten this far and it looks alright, just a little annoying to have to modify the html every time I want to make a new post, as you said. It's also not very impressive but to someone who doesn't check the html, it looks just like any other blog site haha.
I'm hella late to the party
But I listened to your album sushi roll, and it's really good! Good job!
Does anyone else remember that CyberLife website? It was kind of a repository of cyberpunk and internet culture. Changed domains a couple of time IIRC but I haven't seen it in years.
That’s it! Thanks sushi roll