First off: This is useless, and thus cannot really count as content. The main and true purpose of this website has really been nothing more than being a place for me to test out various bits of HTML coding and other scripts. At any rate, I figured since I like to tweak coding and mess about with it, I'd share some of my particularly cool/irritating tweaks.
Note: Feel free to take a peek at the code with these pages. I don't mind. Just don't jack the content. (Considering I don't have any content, that shouldn't be a problem.)
Comp Crasher (DO NOT CLICK)
Bad -- Popup Cycle
(DO NOT CLICK)
Clicking this link will cause your computer to open a new window, with a popup message will load. THen another. And another, and another. Then about 50 more in a row, each comming up after you click "ok." Once you click "ok" on them all, the page will reload. You won't be able to exit in some programs. Thus, you will have to "ctr alt del" to regain control of your comp.
Bad -- New Window Open. (DO NOT CLICK)
Clicking this link will cause your computer to load a new window. Which will open two more windows, refresh, and open two more, indefinitely. Each of these new windows will open two new windows, refresh, indefinitely. SO on and so forth until an expontential amount of windows have loaded, and bogged down your system to a halt. So if you feel like crashing your computer, go for it.
Iframe Quote Refresh
I'm not sure why I did this... Maybe I just felt like being cruel, or stupid. Pretty much, it's just two pages that redirect to each other. Just imagine how irritating THAT one would get. I'm beginning to wonder what would happen if I put all this stuff together.
The Annoying Scrolling Website 1
Self explanatory. I was mucking about with a bit of code today, and came up with possibly the most irritating single thing one can do to a website. I used the front page of this site as the example.
The Annoying Scrolling Website 2
This is pretty much like the above, but a more practical usage. By practical, I mean not as irritating. Pretty much it becomes nothing more than a peculiar and overly easy substitute for a site intro.
The Really Annoying Not-Quite-Scrolling Website
Here's an odd effect I was shooting for. It was a bit more difficult than I thought it would be. Either way, it's like the above two pages after a fashion, only with a counter scroll that actually causes the website to go just about nowhere. (Ideally). The end result is the Website "wiping in" then "wiping out" repetetively. Due to some issues with window sizing and the like, however, it seems to move a couple pixels to the left every time it wipes in. (On screens with other resolutions, it may move dramatically, or the desired nullification of movement may not occur.)
After at least Four Incarnations of this page "working" on Yahoo! Geocities, I got fed up and moved to Tripod. But I couldn't resist leaving behind this little spoof page on their servers.