The first Windows I used was Windows 2000 on the computer my parents gave me sometime in primary school. But with 98.css it is now even possible to make websites in the style of Windows 98. Wouldn’t that be an idea for the next homepage redesign?
98.css is a CSS library for building interfaces that look like Windows 98.
Nevertheless, accessibility is a goal of this project:
This library relies on the usage of semantic HTML. To make a button, you’ll need to use a
<button>. Input elements require labels. Icon buttons rely on
aria-label. This page will guide you through that process, but accessibility is a primary goal of this project.