“Secretary of Foreign Relations”
(A test Pollen site: version 0.25)
I’ve created this site to experiment with making websites that are also printed books using Pollen, as well as to help explain Pollen to people who might be interested in using it for themselves. The official Pollen documentation is well done and improving all the time, and you should really start by reading it thoroughly. But a quasi-guided tour through a simple working site might help put the pieces together, and illustrate the benefits of the Pollen system.
You can see the site live at https://thelocalyarn.com/excursus/secretary
. While browsing there, be sure to click on the “◊ Pollen Source” links at the top of the individual pages to see the Pollen markup that was used to generate that page.
The code is not very well commented yet. I’m working on it though.
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