The Web Design Museum is an online archive of screenshots from older sites dating back through 1995-2005+. This was the first major decade of the consumer web and it’s fun to see how many sites followed these now-outdated trends.
The notorious 404 error, “Not Found,” is often, not totally erroneously, referred to as “the last page of the internet.” It’s an obligatory heads-up with an outsize reputation; it is a meme and a punch line. Bad puns abound. The error has been printed in comics and on T-shirts, an accessible and relatable facet of what was once relegated to nerd humor and is now a fact of digital life.
One of the most popular children’s television heroes here in the Czech Republic is The Little Mole, an innocent, speechless and cheerful creature who helps other animals in the forest. TV heroes often fight against people who destroy their natural environment. When watching The Little Mole with my kids, I sometimes picture him as a mobile website user. Do you want to know why?
Congratulations on making it halfway through your New Year’s resolution of taking better care of your WordPress sites. If you are looking at that statement and thinking to yourself that you have already given up on that resolution, have heart, this post will help you get back on track with a simple checklist.