This makes me so happy! Very basic right now, but it does what I wanted it to:
Take MD files in a folder, create HTML according to template and serve. Rinse and repeat once too old.

The entire thing, sans config and Parsedown is 4599 bytes of mostly undocumented code. 😀

Saishō Day 1 - Despite writing spaghetti code (I'll get better, don't worry!) I've managed to get my "static website engine" to read and write cached HTML files, parse content (MD is using Parsedown) and use a, albeit very basic, template. Fun!

Note: Saisho is a temp name.
Note 2: 0.499ms for cached document, 2.646ms to parse, store and show document.

Now that I've got some free time, I should make something new :)

Beginnings of a "static website" engine.

μ.2 is an iteration on the μ theme for Bludit I posted a couple of days ago.

Demo - u2.glushak.net/

Would love to hear what people think :)

This was supposed to be the new design to replace my current website design. Couldn't bring myself to do it. I love both.

Guess I'll just keep it for that inevitable time when I'll get bored with the current design.

I don't think this is going to get any smaller.
331 bytes removed. Total is 707 bytes gzipped.

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