Or: I really needed to clean up a bunch of old pages lying around in my main directory, and decided to organize them into a time capsule of the site's version history!
EGGRAMEN has undergone several CSS overhauls in its short existence since January 2019, and my messy site organization created some accidental time capsules I've decided to keep preserved here, in a brand-spanking-new "version history" directory.
Note: pages archived here have been edited and renamed slightly to minimize dead links and make them more viewable, as well as to move their associated CSS into these nice new folders that don't clutter up my site so much.
I don't actually have any saved pages from this time, only screencaps, but this was the earliest form of the site.
... Bad to look at, to be honest.
Man, this was a mess. I didn't even know how to center a div, so I'm sure it was broken on any screen that didn't match mine, lol.
Those message boxes broke all the time, too. Their little headers just would not line up sometimes, seemingly for no good reason at all.
Basically the same thing, but this time with a brighter color scheme. And a Homestuck background.
Funny enough, this is the version of the site my first button was based on.
I decided to lean into the button design and repurposed those mini message boxes to contain my entire site.
Personally, I think this was a good decision, because I ditched V2's Skaia aesthetic years ago and I'm still using fake message windows for all my site content divs.
Longest lived site design so far. Technically a rebuild of version 3; I did it mostly because the code was getting disorganized and bloated into a big old mess.
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