Emulating/Looking-like a WM Webpage - The WWW & Web Development
budRich
https://budrich.github.io <- this is my homepage. It is not 100% emulating a WM. But it is very inspired by them (terminal output for graphics, window decorations, file manager tree)
resk
(23-11-2017, 11:47 AM)budRich Wrote: https://budrich.github.io <- this is my homepage. It is not 100% emulating a WM. But it is very inspired by them (terminal output for graphics, window decorations, file manager tree)
I like it! This is something we're missing these days, unique and artsy webpages. It's nice not seeing the same template everywhere.
budRich
well actually i do use the same template for all pages on the site ;) It is a hugo generated static web page. But i made it my self. And thank you resk!
resk
(23-11-2017, 03:12 PM)budRich Wrote: well actually i do use the same template for all pages on the site
Oh no, I meant generally on the internet, the bootstrap and material designs, etc..
budRich
Yeah, i know. But actually the icons that i use is from bootstrap. But On my todo list for 2018 is (among other stuff) get started with vector graphics and program my own icons. I have been working as a cnc programmer for 10 years and also did a lot of flash stuff a long time ago, working more with vectors is something i really would like to do.
Evolution
Me and Kopri had a similar project going at one point though a good chunk of the code with the the fun bits in it (console commands, other windows, etc) is still stuck on an old drive of mine and never made it into the repo.

Might resurrect it at some point.
resk
(28-11-2017, 11:59 PM)Evolution Wrote: Might resurrect it at some point.
Has anyone thought of regrouping the pages somewhere, as a list that is?
Could be a ncice collection for others to checkout.
mbrien
cb.vu is a cool application of the termlib.js library




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