Reboot95 2024

You took the timemachine several decades forward and can experience how our website would look in 2024. This is to show how both versions can co-exist or how you can convert one page of your website. All this to raise awareness for privacy, human creativity (in coding and beyond) and offline connection.



Only available in 1995

Let's go wayback...



1991- Tim Berners-Lee invents HTML 1.0
1993- HTML 1.0 is released. Not many developers are creating websites at this time.
1995- HTML 2.0 is published. This contains the features of HTML 1.0 plus new features. This remained the standard markup language for designing and creating websites until 1997.
1997- HTML 3.0 was invented. Here, Dave Raggett introduced a fresh draft on HTML, which improved new features of HTML and gave more powerful characteristics for webmasters in designing websites. Unfortunately, the powerful features slowed down the browser in applying further improvements.
1999- The widely-used HTML 4.0 comes out. It is very successful.
2014- HTML 5.0 is released and used worldwide. It is said to be the extended version of HTML 4.01 which was published in 2012.


In 2024 our tutorial would differ. Ai engines would probably write part of your code or texts. We are not against that, evolution is inevitable. But use it wisely, don't let your creativity die. Enjoy code writing, text writing, image creating, and your browser parsing errors.

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