Hello everyone,
Yeah... the forum is closing. And if you're wondering why? I'd say this forum was like a red herring... I mean, there was no need for it from the beginning, and it distracted me from the main projects of the website and mission. On the other hand, we already have a Facebook group with over 2.3k members! For now, I'll leave it online in "read-only" mode (to avoid spam); because we may need it in the future, and there are some good topics here.

I want to thank everyone who joined the forum, especially Entuzio and Toysoft, for helping me moderate it and the group :) Also, stay tuned for new updates for the projects and group.

Thank you for reading,

Making a ’90s-Style Website in 2022 using FrontPage 98!

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Favorite retro computer[s]: Xerox star, daybreak & Atari falcon

Making a ’90s-Style Website in 2022 using FrontPage 98!

#1 Post by Mohamed said »

I found a funny video uploaded by Michael MJD a couple of months ago, in which he tries to create a '90s-style website using FrontPage 98. That video made me feel so nostalgic :cry: He also published it online ( https://michaelmjd.neocities.org/)!

Atari falcon alive :!:


Re: Making a ’90s-Style Website in 2022 using FrontPage 98!

#2 Post by michael »

Cool! But the website so flashy :?