You may notice that this blog looks a lot older than it did last time you looked at it.
The goal here is that this thing should render perfectly and be usably fast in almost any browser (at least one implementing the HTML 2.0 RFCs) and on almost any connection, be ridiculously fast and lightweight in modern browsers and on modern high-speed connections, and because of the lack of styling, it should be perfectly usable even on small screens. I haven’t quite achieved this goal, and there’s still work needed to make this look good, but I’m getting there.
Feel free to play around with the theme – as Twenty Seventeen is licensed under GPL 2.0, WP Web 1.0 is licensed under the same terms. If you’ve got suggestions for making it better, please submit an issue or a pull request over on Github. Right now, it’ll be in quite a bit of flux as I tweak things, but hopefully things will stabilize before too long.
2 Replies to “Web 1.0, and this blog”
You can install a plugin to disable Google Fonts for you, instead of hacking the theme. But just in case, you are hacking your theme already… Happy Hacking!
Thanks for the heads up. This is a work in progress.
I believe this is something brought in by the admin bar, which I’m hesitant to mess with. It’s definitely not Web 1.0…
Edit: Nope, it was the theme itself that brought a lot of that in. Nuked with extreme prejudice.