Have you noticed any changes on my website? Probably not - and that’s the whole point. I’ve made few improvements on the technical side of it, but it’s still working as usual. Here is a brief story of the development of my home page...
I was never a passionate web developer, but I learned a bit of some languages and technologies needed to make a web page. When I started this one in 2004, the word “blog” was already in use, but there was no “cloud”, no Node.js or Ruby on Rails. I could either buy a hosting account with PHP scripting and MySQL database on the back end, or a Linux shell account with full SSH access, which would be much more expensive. Surely I chose the first option. Besides that, there was HTML 4.01 and CSS 1 on the client’s side.
Over time, I introduced gradual improvements to my home page, including:
<table>s to more modern based on
<div>s and CSS formatting. Started using HTML5. (See Changes on My Website.)
Then I recalled the rule that “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” and thought the hosting service I now use at Domenomania.pl company is quite good with a low price for WWW + PHP + MySQL + FTP + e-mail account. I decided eventually just to improve the existing solution. Here is what I’ve changed recently:
If you have any suggestions about my website, whether its looks or technical details, please leave a comment.