Published: May 23, 2020
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That was not a typo. The site's CSS was only 841 bytes. It didn't necessarily look the best in my opinion, but some tech communities claimed to like it.
This site now uses bash, sed, and awk to generate page content as static HTML files, and properly deploy content, rather than using PHP to essentially regenerate everything with each page load.
New Structure: I checked a since-removed archive of my site's home page with its old style, and the current page, with the W3 HTML Validator. The site's old heading-level outline would've looked like
The "Links", "Resources", and "Social" sections in the footer used a somewhat hacky method for writing the sections by using an H4 tag. As a result, it's old structural outline looks like
Compared to the new site's heading-level outline
and its new structural outline