by remywang.me

crazy diamond

txti.es used to host my personal page, and I still think it's telling the truth: it provides “Fast web pages for everybody” – that is, it takes no time to make a page that loads instantly even on a flip phone.

But txti doesn't support styling. After some time I finally found a way to get a good looking page with minimal effort. You can see the result at remywang.me and the source here.

I use markdown styles, which simply takes a markdown file and spits out the html. In the command that compiles the page, change jasonm23-foghorn to your favorite theme from markdown styles.

If you have images and want them to automatically resize on phone screens, make sure to use html for the image instead:

<img src="wishtree.jpg" alt="wishtree" style="max-width:100%;height:auto;">