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  <h1 id="devlog">DEVELOGGER</h1>
  <input type="checkbox" checked id="details">
  <input type="checkbox" checked id="fapple">
  <input type="checkbox" checked id="design">
  <input type="checkbox" checked id="order">
  <input type="checkbox" checked id="notag">

    <label for="notag"> no tags (shorts & actual site updates - the rest are ramblings LOL)</label>
    <label for="details"> (small tweaks, web rants)</label>
    <label for="fapple"> (browser compatibility)</label>
    <label for="design"> (CSS tag. if you know, you know.)</label>
    <label for="order"></label>
  <div class="notag design">
    <strong>28-04-22 -- FILTERS!!!</strong>
      I DID IT. I made <strong>a filter system using only CSS</strong>. We are a no scripts society &gt;:) Right now the devlog is a sandbox for filter (the tags - very Tumblr, ik), but I intend to use this in u3s6e9r&#39;s page.</p>
    <p>The very first idea of a filter came to me last year when I saw <a target="_blank" href="">Otto985&#39;s website</a> (sidenote: the portal on my page might be inspired by them too. Damn I thought I just like the idea of &quot;terminal commands&quot;-like shortcuts but now that I think about it... maybe it&#39;s really an Otto985 inspo). I tried replicating their layout to use it for u3s6e9r&#39;s page (yes I started working on u3s6e9r&#39;s page since last year), did a bunch of draft on that, unfortunately my noob coding skills didn&#39;t catch up with the idea. I really thought this was impossible with pure CSS. Well, I did it! It&#39;s still a bit hacky, I may try to improve it in the future. But hey, it's lightweight and it works.</p>

  <div class="details fapple"><strong>27-04-22</strong>
      Got access to a Lenovo ThinkCentre at school, I think e0x0e0 works well in Edge, except that it looks <strong>tiny</strong>. I work on a Mac Pro, but I have scaled screen so my viewport looks like 1280 x 800, which is smaller than most nowadays&#39; computer screen. Maybe I&#39;ll put a note on my front page telling people to <code>Ctrl&#65291;</code> to see things properly.</p>

    <p>I changed the cursor from inline SVG (the cursor is an ASCII character, the &#10040;) to PNG the other day because it broke on Safari. Now I change it back to SVG again because the PNG cursor looks fugly and pixelated on Safari. The SVG looked crisp for a few days and now it&#39;s pixelated again, and occasionally breaks into random strings. Works fine on Chrome&#47;Edge tho. Tried <code>image-rendering: pixelated</code>, base64-ing the picture, clearing Safari's cache, nothing works. Might be Apple&#39;s font smoothing but I&#39;m not sure, it looks like a bad resize job using <strong>sips</strong>. God damn. So much for having a custom cursor. </p>
    <p>Who knows 90% time spent making a website is just trying to make it look the same on every browser. </p>

  <div class="notag design">
    <strong>25-04-22 </strong>
    <p>Added Winamp player cheatsheet. Also switched to pure CSS modals (alert boxes). Why? because JavaScript <code>alert()</code> and similar JS methods block the Winamp player, and because I can. I always wanted to reduce the amount of scripts on the page, even if it adds a bit of markup. After all CSS <em>is</em> Turing-complete, so theoretically you can do <em>anything</em> with it, and I&#39;m willing to try.</p>
    <p>I previously learned to make modals with anchor links and <code>div:not(:target) { display: none}</code>, but this changes the URL and writes more into the browsing history, so it doesn&#39;t really behave like a modal. My new CSS modals are based on <code>&lt;input type=&quot;checkbox&quot;&gt;</code> and <code>&lt;label&gt;</code>, <a target="_blank" href="">inspired by this</a>. Shoutout to <a target="_blank" href="">Tonic Funks</a> for including this in their Links page.</p>
  <div class="notag"><strong>24-04-22</strong>
    <p>Added Winamp player, and of course I have changed my whole layout to adopt the Winamp. Haha. Oops. The skeuomorphic y2k computer screen was cute but I don&#39;t want to seem nostalgic (since I&#39;m not) and honestly I don&#39;t like useless skeuomorphism. The pseudo-screen was functional, it served to limit viewport to ~750px, but now I don't need it anymore. <a target="_blank" href="">I still have the old layout here</a> in case I change my mind lol.</p>
    <p>Also, moved main navigators to the side. They used to be at the bottom of every page, and looked cute with the whole computery aesthetic but it required extra padding and I had to paste it to every page. Silly me. Also? It&#39;s a shame that the <code>&lt;frame&gt;</code> element is obsolete, really. No more bottom navigations.</p>


  <div class=" design"><strong>17-04-22</strong>
      no: create smaller flexboxes to allow line breaks between flex sections</p>
    <p>yes: create one huge flexbox then hijack it with horizontal rules</p>
    <p>tell me now am I insane.</p>
    <i></i><i></i><i></i> <br><br>
    <p>also, found a new tip: from now on whenever I need to link to a Youtube video I&#39;ll just get the no-cookie variation of the embed link, for example, <a target="_blank" href=""></a>. No ads, no recommendation, less surveillance, just how a video should be.</p>

  <div class="design notag"><strong>13-04-22</strong>
    <p>Rewritten the copying page. Rewritten the whole style of the index page, really. Changed background color to silver (#c0c0c0 in hex, I was this close to go with #e0e0e0 to be meta) because after hours of staring at the screen, black on white doesn&#39;t seem like a good idea anymore. I can&#39;t decide on an off-white color, and white on black or a &quot;dark mode&quot; scheme is kind of gloomy and makes me want to sleep, so now we have black on grey. I unironically think it looks good. </p>
<p>More note on color palette: it&#39;s not like I want to go grayscale, but I have to put a limit on colors because i&#39;m so indecisive and if I have too many options my brain will explode and I will stop functioning. I learned that when I started using TIC-80 and realized it&#39;s much, much easier to work with a limited palette. It goes the same for drawing, making powerpoint presentations etc, I&#39;d always have to start from b&amp;w or a gray scale, get all the base done, and then I&#39;ll consider colors. If I start with colors I&#39;ll get NOTHING done. With this page I think I&#39;m limiting it to the hex grayscale (#fff - #000), dark blue (000080), blue, and red.</p>
  <div class="details order"><strong>02-04-22</strong>
    <p>God I&#39;ve spent months fixing a bunch of small things that I was too lazy to fix. The devil&#39;s in the details. Reformatted this whole page because I changed the font and realized I can&#39;t just get away with <code>white-space: pre-wrap;</code> everything to save tags.</p>
    <p>I'm really trying to make this page as lightweight as possible with all the styling I'm putting into it. I discovered some post-processors that can format my HTML and CSS files, but I'll only run it when I've already <em>perfected</em> the markup. </p>
  <div class="notag"><strong>22-02-22</strong>
    <p>Added the Shrine, which for now includes picrews and some Advance-Garbage fashion brands. Added the Inventory, which includes Bookmark &amp; Web tools. So far just functional stuff for my use.</p>
  <div class="design"><strong>21-01-22</strong>
    <p>Happy New Year. I played around with CSS and changed everything again in terms of design. There&#39;s no such thing as a microblog anymore. Added more multimedia content. Added my diary so you can use it to bully me in the future.</p>
  <div class="notag"><strong>22-12-21</strong>
    <p>New user147&#39;s microblog entries. Believe it or not, I spent more time fixing grammar errors and typos on this page than I do coding.</p>
  <div class="design details"><strong>03-12-21 -- FONTS!!!</strong>
    <p>Changed the font to Arial. Good ol&#39; sans-serif Arial. At first I didn&#39;t expect to do a lot of writing so this whole page was set in Menlo, Roboto Mono or monospace (there was a lot of ASCII art around here so setting all the texts to monospace saved me a lot of formatting). But after some long ass blog (rant) entries I realized that:</p>
      <li style="font-family: monospace;  font-size: 14px;">Monospace fonts make it easier to recognize letters, but not words.</li>
      <li style="font-family: serif;  font-size: 17px;">Serif fonts make it easier to recognize words, but not letters. Also they give me visual fatigue.</li>
      <li>Sans-serif fonts are perfect for reading, and Arial is the best sans-serif font ever made.</li>
    <p>A bit of letter-spacing and line-height magic and Arial becomes the most readable font ever.</p>
    <p style="font-family: 'Monaco', sans-serif;  font-size: 14px;">Readable monospaced fonts like Monaco is on thin ice (and it&#39;s also used in the code editor of Neocities I believe?). But hey Monaco isn&#39;t one of the default fonts in some browsers. So, boo.</p>
    <p style="font-family: 'Courier', monospace;  font-size: 14px;">Courier should be used very sparingly for it is a reading nightmare, as it is <strong>both monospaced AND serif</strong>. I get tired looking at all the nooks and crannies of it and if I need to read a wall of text in Courier I&#39;ll just hang myself.</p>
    <p>That said, if the text was formatted properly (i.e it has hierarchy and moderate paragraph spacing, unlike mine) and if the content was well-written (unlike mine), then I honestly don&#39;t mind reading it in <em style="font-family: 'Times', 'Times New Roman', serif; font-size: 17px;">Times New Roman.</em></p>
  <div class="notag"><strong>26-11-21</strong>
    <p>Made a Go Back and Refresh button just so I can edit and preview them easier locally. Added Picrew page &amp; changed the Microblog layout completely. Enjoy Microblog 2.0!</p>
  <div class="notag"><strong>21-11-21</strong>
    <p>So I saw Sadgrl&#39;s new updates including their own <a target="_blank" href="">Yesterweb Radio</a>, and I was hooked. As a frequent listener of <a target="_blank" href="">aNONradio</a>, I was <em>very</em> tempted to learn how to stream my own radio station through icecast (as if I have anything good to stream) but apparently I didn&#39;t have any time at the moment. So next &quot;goal&quot; is to figure out the whole icecast thing. Shouldn&#39;t be rocket science.</p>
  <div class="notag"><strong>25-09-21</strong>
    <p>Finally renovated the index. Removed the &quot;Under Construction&quot; sign, it&#39;s now forever under destruction &lt;/3</p>


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