3-page Website


no hurry, no pause.


Updated on 2024-01-25

Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler. – Albert Einstein

My website is essentially three pages, that is, I normally work with three pages1 only:

  1. YYYY-MM-DD-latest_note.html
  2. index.html
  3. now.html

It goes like this: • generate YYYY-MM-DD-latest_note.html, • update index.html with a link to YYYY-MM-DD-latest_note.html. If needed, • update now.html. And • upload all three files to the web server. That’s it.

I use Zettlr Obsidian to create and maintain my notes in markdown and an Obsidian plugin2 exports to html quite nicely. Had the web browsers supported .md files natively, I would have skipped the conversion step.

  1. Of course there are n number of content pages (e.g. YYYY-MM-DD-~.html). Thus the website contains n+2 pages.↩︎

  2. Obsidian Enhancing Export↩︎