1998: First started doodling with HTML & CSS.
Taught myself how to writing CSS, HTML, HTML5, graphics, and many more related subjects - and began publishing them on my blog, and now some in my brainfeed.
2001-2011: Designed over 50 websites, many of which are no longer online.
2001-2017: My web site was designed so everyone saw the same regardless of screen size. There was only one version, based on the premise that your browser can decide how to read the CSS in accordance with Webstandards.org, but feel free to check if it validates:
2018: Found myself helping small sites to improve appearance & color & ensuring they validated.
2018: I saw the light. I began creating/coding my CSS3 that would enable the HTML upon my site to change itself based on the screen size of almost any computer or hand-held device.
2019: Changed entire site to HTML5 & CSS3 elements & attributes. Almost any computer or smart-device can now see its content at the correct dimension. I continue to update/modify pages, plus ensure the site validates,
2020, March: Despite fear of Covid-19 decimating world population, I spent a week off (because all my window-washing jobs were canned!), I redesigned and added new components using newly learned HTML5 & CSS3 elements & attributes. Yes, I continue to update/modify pages.