Posted by sean on December 14, 2019 at 11:09 pm in Internet with No Comments

A Twitter account recently posted screenshots of political party websites from 1996.

As someone who took up an interest in web design that same year (as you can tell, I was one of the cool kids), many elements of these websites look very familiar!

I love the use of frames and really hope that there is an embedded MIDI file, playing some tacky music – perhaps The Lighthouse Family on the Labour page?

Sadly, not one of the websites appear to use animated GIFs, or make use of a hit counter and guest book.

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