This website


I can’t count how many times I’ve rebuilt this website from scratch, but I can.

List of recent respositories on GitHub, with projects named "pwign-year" format from 2020 to 2027.

What happened to 2023 and 2025?

The first version of this design was released in 2020. I named it pwign-2020 because I thought I would create a new one every year, at most. But clearly, that didn’t work, as that number has already been incremented to 2027.

The design has mostly remained the same. The functionality has mostly remained the same.

The core of what makes it great is still there.

I added stuff I’ve always wanted to add, such as a sleek dot external link indicator. It was surprisingly annoying to make sure the indicator didn’t leave the last word in the hyperlink and decide to be on the next line on its own.

A dot on the top right next to a link to indicate that it is an external link.

I have also removed some stuff to make it faster and easier to deploy new changes. When I have time, the RSS feed will make a return. I’m pretty sure I messed up somewhere during pwign-2024 and flooded someone’s RSS feed with all my past posts as new posts. Whoops.

But as an added bonus, this website scores 100 in Lighthouse now. That’s pretty cool.