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PixScape is a webring and directory for pixel artists all around the world.
What does an albatross and a web directory have in common?
About the design
The PixScape design uses some conventions from around 1994 when NetScape launched:
Why is there a webring and a static directory?
PixScape aims to join people together from across the world from different parts of the web.
The bare minimum you need is a gallery of your pixel art.
Those hosting their own websites will get the added benefit of being in a dynamic Webring Directory.
The Static Directory is for those who have mature content on their site or who only have a social media or portfolio page to host their content. If you want to join the directory and don't have your own website, the Static Directory is for you!
The goal is for anybody to be able to access and benefit from PixScape.
Banners and Buttons
If you're not a member and you want to link back here, you can use the Small Banner.
What is a Webring?
A webring is a directory that connects members together in a circle.
This is what the webring widget is like in practice:
The widget has forward and back buttons to link members in the Webring Directory, along with a randomise button.
It's named Static to distinguish it from the dynamic webring directory.
To read the membership criteria see How to Join.
Any questions can be sent to the admin's email email@example.com.