bfi.org/index.html, Nov 1996

A Reminiscing Webmaster

Only somewhat apropos, continuing in an autobiographical vein, as BFI’s first webmaster, I can take us back to the days of hand-coded pages, formatted using <table></table>, and with no cell phone responsive formatting. I don’t even remember if I even used CSS, but Archive.org would show us. Dial way back on the BFI.org.

I recall my tabs-across-the-top was an <imagemap>, i.e. a gif swiped from a FoxPro screenshot and…

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