11 Jul 2012

My first ever website - 1996

Looking on the internet today I found an old link to my first ever website that I created in 1996. I'd forgotten the URL, so I put it into the Wayback Machine to see if it had been crawled and stored. It had. Created in Nov 1996, this was a snapshot of the site in 1997. See http://web.archive.org/web/19970328203144/http://www.lapr.demon.co.uk/ .  Actually, for the tools available then, it wasn't a bad effort as I think the page was created in raw HTML.

4 comments:

PE4BAS, Bas said...

Good one...although first snapshot of my first attempts were made dec 2000. I found a reasonable snapshot from 2001.

http://web.archive.org/web/20010923063730/http://users.castel.nl/~levee01/

Great....

Actually today the website is still somewhere on the net. But actually last time I updated it was years ago. 73, Bas

Dominic Rivron said...

My first website is there, too. It still exists. There are a few pages reproducing some of a book by Fleming about early radio technology:

http://dominic.rivron.tripod.com/earlyradio.html

Paul PC4T said...

Oh, very nice that old stuff. 14 years ago, in the digital era a very long time ago. So much has changed. My first web site is from 1998 also. At the moment I have 12 websites on the internet. ;-) 73 Paul

TiƩgui said...

Oh ! Roger thanks for this link. I found again my old VLF website from 2005-2007 when I was a student at university.

You can see it here : http://web.archive.org/web/20071015100700/http://uuu.enseirb.fr/~alves/VLF/index.htm