Plans for the ultimate website, which would host the ultimate fiction
project, until I changed the name again.
This website never exited the planning phase; I jumped straight to making
WaxVerse based on those plans. I only ever
coded two actual pages, which are an IE<8
blocking test, and a fakeout censorship
disabled. That's all the actual HTML I did; the rest of this is from notes
A quick note: the filenames begin with nw_ (New Website) to differentiate them
from the Clan PROS planning files, which began with www_.
This is, essentially, the next iteration of
PAFCRAS. I dropped this system when I
switched to WaxVerse to reduce hassle; easier to just not worry about children
and ask that only adults visit my site.
I was still using a non-standard
date format, but this one was based on the
instead of being something I made up entirely. I eventually opted to use a
similar system only for in-universe dates while sticking to ISO 8601 for all
NDH was an HTML4 rebranding of
HMX1, and was later changed to WAXML/WaxSSI.
Also suggested is the use of .htf (HyperText Fragment) for partial files.
In the next few lines, the beginnings of HyperCGA take
form, including the default 16 EGA colors, and Have Block Link divs.
Aside from not having a YouTube channel, the plan for the videos index is
largely the same as the reality.
The blurb above is a prototype of one of the sections that currently appears on
the Ideology page. I was also going to have the
site's main page be a fake censorship notice (different to the one linked at
The actual index page had a brief explanation of the site, as well as links to
an FAQ page, a history page, and my personal section, followed by a monthly
update list similar to the one I use
now. There was also to be a whole array of esoteric custom error messages:
Aside from the default layout template, there's also a tidbit about keyboard
shifting to deliberately confuse anyone who finds a secret page:
And, finally, we close with the default layout's footer, which was completely
phased out for brevity's sake: