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Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Fri, 31 May 2019 01:39:13 -0400

Fix up links

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diff --git a/pages/about-site.md b/pages/about-site.md @@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ I created this website as a place for me to share my projects, thoughts on various computing and computer science topics, configuration files, tips and tricks, and other things that I think others could find useful. -The code for this website [2] is licensed under the GPL-3.0-or-later. I chose this +The code for this website <a href=#1>[1]</a> is licensed under the GPL-3.0-or-later. I chose this license because of what the license stands for and what I see my website being used for. I think people should be able to audit everything about my site and if they take my code and distribute it I want them to also share what they've @@ -34,10 +34,10 @@ have created for free and without hassle. The only thing I keep track of is how many times my pages have been visited. You can see how I do this by taking a look at the code for this website below -[2] but it essentially just counts when a page is served and periodically saves -that information into a file. I do this just because I like to see what people -are interested in, what things of mine have been useful, and if any pages have -"gone viral" so to speak. +<a href=#1>[1]</a> but it essentially just counts when a page is served and +periodically saves that information into a file. I do this just because I like +to see what people are interested in, what things of mine have been useful, and +if any pages have "gone viral" so to speak. ### Design @@ -47,9 +47,10 @@ pages, the server code is contained in a single, small, easy-to digest file, and there aren't any resource-hogging images or superfluous animations to distract you from the important stuff: the content. The website has been themed in this dark colour scheme because I found it to be easier to look at -(especially at night). I took an article by Drew DeVault [1] as inspiration for -the philosophy behind the design of this website. This site may not be flashy, -hip, or even all that pretty, but it is simple, easy to use, and fast. +(especially at night). I took an article by Drew DeVault <a href=#2>[2]</a> as +inspiration for the philosophy behind the design of this website. This site may +not be flashy, hip, or even all that pretty, but it is simple, easy to use, and +fast. ### The Technical Side @@ -80,8 +81,9 @@ then being able to translate that into HTML, it just made sense to do it this way. The CSS for the website is sent through a CSS minifier to make it as small as -possible for serving to clients. The service I use is linked below [3] and is -interacted with through their API from my webpage compilation script. +possible for serving to clients. The service I use is linked below +<a href=#3>[3]</a> and is interacted with through their API from my webpage +compilation script. I am constantly tweaking and changing the script which compiles the webpages in order to achieve the best outcome with the least amount of manual effort. For @@ -94,8 +96,11 @@ page-specific CSS is so tiny. ### References -[1] [Drew DeVault's Article on Website Design](https://drewdevault.com/2018/09/04/Conservative-web-development.html) +<a name=#1></a> +[1] [The Git Repository For This Website](https://git.sr.ht/~jbauer/paritybit.ca) -[2] [The Git Repository For This Website](https://git.sr.ht/~jbauer/paritybit.ca) +<a name=#2></a> +[2] [Drew DeVault's Article on Website Design](https://drewdevault.com/2018/09/04/Conservative-web-development.html) +<a name=#3></a> [3] [CSS Minifier Service](https://cssminifier.com)