For many years this website used its colophon as an "about me" page, rather than about PhotoGabble. Today the about page takes that role leaving this page to its correct intent as an imprint for the publication that is PhotoGabble.


This is a development blog listing key updates to PhotoGabble as and when I find the time.

  1. Refactored page git log section
    February 2, 2024
  2. Addition of a Button Board and changes to bookmarks
    January 13, 2024
  3. Addition of Post Graphs to Stats page
    December 20, 2023
  4. Addition of Git Log
    December 13, 2023
  5. Alphabetising Glossary Terms
    March 14, 2023
  6. Marking external links
    February 13, 2023
  7. Adding stub posts
    January 27, 2023
  8. Adding statistics to 11ty
    January 20, 2023
  9. Adding enhanced opengraph meta
    September 16, 2022
  10. Cool URls don't change
    September 8, 2022
  11. Adding favicon
    September 7, 2022
  12. Updated Content List Layouts
    September 2, 2022


Design inspiration for this website has come from many places. The current minimalist layout was initially using Tufte CSS and that design approach has remained.

A special thanks to:

The following websites have provided design inspiration:


This website makes use of the following third party resources:


This website is a static generated site, built using eleventy (11ty) and hosted with Netlify. Building this website is dependant upon the following third party libraries:


Unless otherwise stated this website and content is licensed Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0). It's source code is freely available and hosted on GitHub.

†exemptions include mirrored code snippets which will each display their license terms if available.

Carbon Conscious Web Practices

For every visit to this site, only 0.02g of CO2 is produced. I am unwavering in my commitment to decrease this value whenever possible, even if it means opting for a simpler design that may not suit everyone's taste. The goal is to provide valuable content while treading lightly on our planet.