Hi! I’m considering building a new site on micro.blog. Before I jump too far in, I’m curious if there’s a place to find examples of other public sites that are hosted on micro.blog.
And, if I’m on a site that I suspect might be a micro.blog, is there a definitive way to know if that site is hosted on micro.blog? Is there perhaps some telltale sign in the home page source?
We should have a showcase of blogs. Here are some different ones that show some of the variety in design:
Blogs hosted on Micro.blog usually have an About, Photos, and Archive page. Also a /feed.json. If you view the HTML source, there will be several
<link> tags that include “micro.blog” too.
I’ve just migrated my long-form blog to micro.blog. It’s not a typical micro.blog layout (it’s not even micro), but can maybe give a sense for how flexible micro.blog can be with its content:
Nice, thanks for sharing that @jemmons! Looks great.
Thank you for sharing, @jemmons. This is great!
Adding John.philpin.com - that is my version of a GREAT design that @pimoore has done based on original work by Pat Drysburg