Putting together a new version of my website, using 'lynx' to see how it displays in a terminal

Also, through following conversations here, and because of some technical choices on a project I'm working on, I've found a fun way to build my website

I want:
- No Javascript requirement
- Standard HTML/CSS loadout

But also I want templated, content-driven page generation

So I have a program that reads .pug, .md and .sass files, and compiles them all out to .html and .css

The program watches for changes on the source folder, and pumps out a fresh website
Creating new content for my website is just a matter of writing some markdown

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