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Dark Ages of the Web[web search]
Original source (pavellaptev.github.io)
Clipped on: 2020-07-03
The “Home” icon was born in the late '90s but the “HomePage” button was from the beginning. During the years this button came through different phases but it's not disappeared, just hid. One pattern — obligatory “HomePage” link in the menu was transformed — now this “HomePage” link placed in a company logotype, and each website or almost every website uses this pattern.
- •10 Things That Used to Be on Every Website That You Totally Forgot About
- •Look Back History CSS
- •The Rise of CSS
- •Web Design History
- •A Brief History of the Internet
- •The History of Website Design: 25 Years of Building the Web
- •Digital Dark Age
- •History of front-end frameworks
- •HTML Tags: Past, Present, Proposed
- •Legacy layout methods
- •Browser Display Statistics
- •The History of the Web
- •Google for old websites
- •The search engine that skips all new websites
To be continued?
Let me know if you have more recalls from the past Web in Issues or make your own sections with Pull requests.
Author: Pavel Laptev