About

This is my new little home on the internet. Isn't it cute? I think I've found the happy medium between my old sites and modern web design: in that it's still kind of ridiculous and OTT, but the font sizes are readable :) Well, I'm in my 30s and wear glasses now...


This site has a javascript version and a frame version. They work and look pretty much the same, it's just that the frame version stays screen sized (1920x1080 screen sized, that is - but squat and square as I believe a website should be) and the js version stretches to fit the content. I work offline on the frame version because I guess Firefox doesn't trust me with the sharp scissors. There's always that moment of crossed fingers when I check the live page.


Credits

background

background image made from backgrounds by voyagergrafx on tumblr

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coding

The credit for the javascript not-frame stuff goes to my husband, who probably doesn't want his name as a professional web developer associated with my magnificent rainbows. He also helped me a lot with other stuff that is new to me like divs... kind of have a phobia of divs... And he helped with all three of my cool css rainbows (the little buttons, the panes, and the text background) :)

pikasoldier

I made the pikasoldier from official Pokemon and Team Fortress 2 art. Isn't he sweet. The background is again by voyagergrafx

cursors

the two cursors are from Chroma Luna Designs


My first neocities layout, pretty similar to this one but more vertical (and with the header/footer manually included on each page, which got old pretty fast!):


History of vegetablearian.com

I had my domain from 08/01/2001 until a few years ago, maybe 2019. I didn't do anything with it for the past decade or so, and I was mainly annoyed to lose my email address. But I wanted a website again, something that wasn't social media, and I'm so happy I found neocities :) vegetablearian.com rises from the ashes like a weird purple phoenix...

Here are some of my old layouts. I wish I had more! Most of these bragged on the splash page about being "chromeless popups". Dreadfully sorry this site doesn't do anything like that.