I code this entire site from scratch, save some libraries. View the S3P entry on the Computing page for further info.
The nice thing about free and open-source software is the fact one doesn’t have to re-invent the wheel for every menial task. You just copy-paste and/or tweak someone else’s stuff, give or take. Here I’ve credited anyone whose works I’ve used in producing this website.
- strftime (Sami Samhuri et al.) —
- sorttable (Stuart Langridge) — Makes HTML tables sortable
- whatever:hover (Peter Nederlof) — Allows CSS
:hoverclasses in IE6
Icons & images
- KDE3 Locolor icons — Used for most icons on auto-generated directory listings
- XFE default icons (Roland Baudin) — Used for some icons on auto-generated directory listings
- Browser Logos (Cătălin Mariș) — A huge collection of web browser icons
Pages showing up wonky on your screen or in your browser? Don’t blame me; the site’s entirely standards-conforming and will show up perfectly in any HTML5-compatible standards-conforming browser. (Till May 2019, it was HTML 4.01, but I gave up on that.)