Hacker News article Hacker news article Hackernews article HackerNews article Hacker’s Homepage Design Hackers home page design is a lot more fun to design than it is to implement and even harder to update.
This post will show you how to create a simple home page for your favorite hacker, from scratch.
We’ll start by finding a great picture that you love.
For the first section, we need to use an image tag, since we want the site to look the same on both mobile and desktop browsers.
After that, we add some content to the end of the page to give us a nice, clear visual that we can all get on the screen.
For example, this screenshot shows the design on both devices: To make sure that we don’t miss any of the styling, we also need to include a margin-top and margin-bottom property.
To do this, we will need to add a CSS class for our page to hold the background image and the margin-left and margin_right properties.
We can then add another class for the header image, which will contain the text “Hello.”
In the end, we end up with a home page that looks like this: The site is easy to understand and we can quickly get back to the main design process.
This site is designed to work on any screen size, so you can use it on any device.
This is great for any home screen design.
Here’s what the homepage looks like on a mobile device: Here is the homepage on a desktop device: The home page has a few more elements we need.
We want to make sure we can easily scroll back and forth between the main site and our hacker’s page, so we will add a short scroll bar to the left of the main content area.
We also added a link to our homepage to our “hello” page, to make it easy to jump to the homepage without scrolling.
We added a small text label to the right of our homepage that will tell the visitor that we are still using our homepage, so they can easily find our home page and get back home.
We need a sidebar so that visitors can easily see the main home page when they hover over the site logo.
And lastly, we added some buttons that will make our home screen navigation easy.
For this example, we used a button to navigate to the home page, and a small white button to jump back to our hacker page.
This blog post was originally published on May 2, 2017.
The code in this post was adapted from this post from Hackers Homepage Designer, written by Dan Haggerty.