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My personal terminal-like-website based on here.
This tool allows you to build your own website that looks like a terminal/console. To make this possible, it was implemented in a dynamic way. All you have to do is to configure a few things here and there and you have your own version.
NOTE: I see you're using internet explorer, this website won't work properly.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.
This template was built using Visual Studio Code but since it’s a static webpage, you can even use the pre-installed windows notepad.
Before you deploy the website, consider changing the following:
js/main.jsand replace all the text on both singleton vars:
configs: Contains all the text used on the website plus a few configurations.
files: All the fake files used on the website. These files are also used to be listed on the sidenav. Also please notice if a file content is a raw URL, when clicked/concatenated it will be opened on a new tab.
imgfolder. The suggested sizes are 150x150 px for the avatar and
16x16px for the favicon.
Favicon Favicon from: https://pixabay.com/pt/avatar-menino-desenhos-animados-2027366/
Github Ribbon GitHub ribbon from: https://blog.github.com/2008-12-19-github-ribbons/
I strongly ask you a favor: PLEASE use an obfuscator tool for the JS file, that way people won’t be able to copy your website’s version JS and the only way that they can use the template is by visiting this repository. This obfuscator, provided by DaftLogic, looks really great and is the one used for my personal one.