Remaking bkjsPosted May 8, 2022 by brody
If you have visited my website in the last 4 months, you may notice this webstie looks different now. Thats because I re-designed it from the ground up. Before I had stole the CSS from sr.ht, because I am very lazy. But because I was bored and wanted to work on my website, decided to re-design it.
First off, lets talk about the differences. Here is a list of all of them.
- New color scheme
- New banner at the top of pages
- New navigation bar
- New blog page-themes
- New projet page-themes
- Removal of raw.md for blog posts
- Homepage no longer at /homepage/
- Added a favicon
I moved /homepage/ to just be in the main directory because of the fact that I didnt like how it looked in the URL bar.
You may not care about any of this, because all of the content is still here. But I am very happy this happend. The old layout was cluttered and hard to navigate.
There are a few similarities with this new website that I will cover below.
- URL's are all the same
- Kept the grid blocks
Recreating the grid blocks was a very annoying proccess. I am not very good at CSS so I learned alot from this. I think I did a good job.
This webstie has issues rendering on mobile phones so I would just avoid it for now. Stuff dosent always scale right and If you are going to use a phone, I recommend zooming in to read text.
Can I still use the old version of the site?
You can view how the website looked before the switch. But there is no setting that allows you can not view it with new content. To see it, look at the old branch of this site on github.