The internet has existed for decades, but weekends in the 90s were a peak time for people to practice their basic HTML skills as they built their first Angelfire and Geocities websites. The sites with glittering backgrounds covered in Comic Sans and autoplay midi music were dedicated to everything from celebrities to hundreds of pictures of dogs.
Myspace was one of the last places we spent our weekends editing HTML code unless we went on to major in computer science and build professional websites for a living. Now, we use social media to gush about our fandoms with no coding experience required. Honestly, we’re just glad to see a reduction in the use of Comic Sans.