What have you been building recently?

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Posted 2022-02-14 16:08:17

Let's kick off this board with a simple one: what are you currently building? What inspired you to build it? Feel free to share some link, we want to see it!


Posted 2022-03-01 12:02:05

I've been building my homepage at https://gh0stprince.neocities.org/. I wanted to build it because I'm pretty tired of having to hang out at the same old corporate websites, and having a space where I can express myself properly is pretty important to me.

I've also wanted a portfolio page for my art, and it serves as that too :P


Posted 2022-03-09 03:52:39

Looks cool, gh0stprince! Just a quick bit of feedback; on my laptop's screen size and resolution, the site is zoomed in enough that some of the images on the sides cover the content. I have to zoom out to 80% to achieve the effect I think you intended.

Did you make the images for the social buttons yourself?


Posted 2022-04-19 19:59:43

I've been also building my site - https://yot.neocities.org/ . I had a blank page for a really long time and then one day when I was bored I was like fuck it and put a bunch of random quotes. Since then I just keep adding more and more quotes whenever I'm bored


Posted 2022-04-20 05:30:23

I like the "A quote a day keeps the doctor away" one. ;) Welcome yot!


Posted 2022-07-08 14:58:26

I have two websites that I'm working on:

- https://www.bunbun.de : my personal XHTML-only, non-styled website that's mostly for professional stuff, tech stuff and opinions (with a blog). This is my "irl" site.

- https://www.libre.town : a playful retro web style site written in XHTML that holds my personal projects such as writings, code, photographs and stuff, but built as an explorable town that you navigate as a hypertext, with NPCs, secrets, locations, GIFs, and so on. :D

The latter is still super early in development so almost everything leads to a 404, but I am working on it a bit every day. :)

21 years old nonbinary friend from Germany. retro web enthusiast, linguist, friend to bunnies, gnu/linux user, free software activist c:

Posted 2022-08-16 02:22:17

I'm currently working on a PlayStation game called BUTCHER.

I'm under as ORDS on status.cafe

Posted 2022-09-21 15:07:54

im building a site with as little modern html or anything really above the public xhtml.

i might be writing my own imageboard or textboard and stuff with the same style.

im making music as well i have a soundcloud i publish some songs to it.

working on my music rhythm game collection. i have 1 controller out of 2 more i want then maybe a cav for one game.

working on a better emacs file.

my personal server has a lot of storage now like 402 gb.

working on privacy and allowing sites to acces through tor and others i dont like cloudflare at all. i think it a bad idea to give a compnay that much power.

language wise im trying to learn russia/japanese/chinese for investment reason and others.

i want to start my own computer business i dont have a college or uni degree.

trying to make webistes in xhtml format and not like above xhtml 1.0 era.


Posted 2023-03-20 16:57:40

Like most other people using this forum, I'm also building my own neocities site! Mostly to host my artwork. I'm teaching myself HTML and CSS and building it entirely from scratch. There's still a bunch of pages and changes I want to add (a journal, a shrine to boomer shooters, a page showcasing my animal crossing: new horizons island) but I like how it's coming along so far :)



Posted 2023-07-21 17:59:12

Love all of the neocities sites.

Here's mine: https://davidvkimball.neocities.org

Last edited on 2023-07-21 17:59:50


Posted 2023-09-01 21:29:40

Something I built on my site recently (currently in the secret section of my site, no one can see it without a password) is my very own newsfeed. I love the concept of a news feed on social media, but I hate manipulative algorithms and being tracked every time I like or interact with something. So I made my own personal news feed on my website that I can look at every day. I have a category for everything; friends posts, my favorite vloggers, news, spirituality, etc. and I add the RSS feeds of the things and people I follow into the relevant categories. No more companies data harvesting my viewing habits. I'm in full control of what I want to see it, when I want to see it, it's fabulous. :)