Full 5k list as of May 4, 2000
More 5k entries will be posted as soon as possible. Thanks for being patient :)
Entry number: 3 Size: 4718 bytes
By Liz Byrne
This site features an innovative viewer-powered animation engine (patent-pending). Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.
Entry number: 5 Size: 5061 bytes
By Joakim Borgström
Entry number: 6 Size: 3749 bytes
hungry little frog
By Milo Vermeulen
This little frog is lost in the swamp and is very hungry. Please help it out by feeding it some flies. Just drag-n-drop a fly to the frog's mouth, and he will eat it.
Because of the DHTML-techniques used, this entry might not work on any browser other than Netscape Navigator 4, Internet Explorer 4 or Internet Explorer 5 (recommended).
Entry number: 7 Size: 5092 bytes
By Andrew Nikolaenko
my name is Andrew Nikolaenko, and i live in Russia.
Here's my work that i've done in last two evenings...
It's old good Tetris. Hope you'll like it.
Total size: 5.116 bytes.
I developed this game for both Netscape (Win95/98/NT/2K/Linux)
and IE, but IE works generally smoothier.
Bye, and thanks for great idea.
Entry number: 8 Size: 3826 bytes
my 5k entry which has got no title
By Alison Headley
Entry number: 14 Size: 4489 bytes
By Anna S–derblom and Mattias Ekstrand
This creation uses a java-applet which stores two of the pages of the site in two different methods. These two methods will just return a String with the boy or the girl-page. The applet resides in a .jar-file, in order to compress the pages to their fullest. Code for the applet is also submitted in a separate file, even though it should not be counted for in the contest.
Note! If the site was created without using this compression technique, the total size of the files would exceed the limit of this competition.
Entry number: 15 Size: 5109 bytes
s i z e m a t t e r s
By Stefan Nadelman
that appears to be the title although you won't find that anywhere in the site. i just squeaked in with 11 bytes to spare. it's a purely educational piece and may be enlighten anyone concerned with techno prefixes. all i know is that when i close my eyes all i see are individual pixels and i'm using my pencil tool, designing at a microscopic level.
Entry number: 16 Size: 4668 bytes
By Patrick May
This page comes from some paintings of lightswitches I had been working on. The idea of the painting was that there was so much hidden behind the walls of the lightswitch.
So I made a lightswitch which, unlike the paintings, actually has something behind it. And as a plus, it documents itself when you turn it on.
Entry number: 17 Size: 3619 bytes
By Kevin Fox
This application serves both as a frightening reminder of the resources wasted on war during our childhood, and a warning to future generations of war's ultimate futility. It also strictly adheres to Hoyle's rules of play and beats searching for extraterrestrial life.
Entry number: 18 Size: 5021 bytes
The 9-pixel Typeface
By Joakim Gleisner
The title of my 5k site is 'The 9-pixel Typeface'. I wanted to create something that resembled your award in spirit, and it is my hope that I in some way succeeded. Trying to make a site using only 5k is similar to trying to make the perfect ampersand using only two colours and a very limited amount of pixels. Both tasks require a lot of attention to detail, and that is, after all, what design is all about.
Entry number: 19 Size: 5117 bytes
MTA New York City
By Vince Allen
The MTA page displays what a real-time update of New York's Subway system could look like. DHTML capable browsers could have a visual update of the current train schedule and watch individual trains travel their route.
Entry number: 20 Size: 4768 bytes
Friend of green tea
By MATSUOKA yoshihiro
I like green tea very well. So I started "Friend of green tea".
Even if you're not Japanese, I know that there are people who like green tea.
Everybody, let's have green tea !
Entry number: 21 Size: 5020 bytes
The Hollow Men
By Hans Andersson
Entry number: 22 Size: 4514 bytes
Draw a NIMAL (mi-NIMAL a-NIMAL)
By Alexander Clifton
Entry number: 23 Size: 5072 bytes
By Yue Feng
Click on the controls to move forward, back, left, right and rotate. Try to score above 70 points. A lot of functionality have been cut for the 5K version, for the full version please visit http://www.strangedigital.com/ . (4pm March 12 2000, while reducing all variable and function names to single characters, it occurs to me that I really should get a life.)
Entry number: 24 Size: 4926 bytes
Five or the human microcosm
By Michiel Knaven
Entry number: 25 Size: 4671 bytes
By mako miyasato
i don't know when to close the window...decisions decisions
Entry number: 26 Size: 3827 bytes
flea is friend
By mako miyasato
let's be happy scratchy
Entry number: 27 Size: 4549 bytes
By mako miyasato
marshall mcluhan gives good content
Entry number: 28 Size: 4952 bytes
By Andy Devendorf
My page is titled "five". It's a William Carlos Williams poem about a fire engine, the noticeable number 5 and people not caring about the fire emergency. It hits 5000 bytes exactly.
Entry number: 29 Size: 5033 bytes
The Art of Mattku
By Will Mitchell
Apology: It's the last minute, practically.
Regret: Not checking the page line by line 8 more times. Not adding up the file sizes 30 more times.
Tremendous Thank You: this was a refreshing challenge!
Entry number: 30 Size: 979 bytes
By Heather Champ
I've long admired the work of Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko.
"In 1964, eight years after Mark Rothko painted the Sheldon Gallery's YellowBand, the artist shrouded his studio skylight with a parachute, creating adimly lit gloom he found ideal for his work. Increasingly, if notsystematically, his work darkened. His last paintings and large works onpaper are his simplest; divided approximately in half, the works areexecuted in black over blackened brown or gray.
"Given the widely published perception of Abstract Expressionist works asrecording the artist's creative struggle, in which the process of creatinginvolves an acutely felt, private existential drama, the somber course ofRothko's art seems a metaphor for the artist's approaching decision to endhis own life. Perhaps it is. But Rothko's work involves much larger and moregeneral intentions. . . . Rothko looked inward to find his own art; hissearch was not for simply a means of self-expression but for a timeless andspiritual image that captured the mythic power of primitive art.
"At first, his floating blocks of color were arranged in a soft-edgedgeometric arrangement, but later these were swiftly aligned in parallelbands of color, no longer in any way emblematic of totemic or pictographicimagery. They were wholly abstract, resonant forms with 'the impact of theunequivocal."
Diane Waldman, Mark Rothko 1903-1970: A Retrospective (New York: Harry N.Abrams, with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 1978) p. 39.
The visitor to "random rothko" can "paint" a near infinite number ofcanvases from an array of twenty-five colours and a pseudo-random numbergenerator, by selecting the "+" or reloading/refreshing.
Entry number: 31 Size: 4649 bytes
By Ed Hartley
This looks like it will be a lot of fun. I have passed along the pertinent contest information to the East Tennessee Computer Society. No telling what you will get from them/us!
My name is Ed Hartley and home is Knoxville Tennessee. The worlds largest country town. I am showing 4549 bytes. I could have made it smaller but it wouldn't have been so tacky!
Entry number: 32 Size: 4287 bytes
_UNDERSCORE - [ The 5K Magazine of Web Design ]
By Fabien Butazzi
This is the very first issue of _UNDERSCORE, a new magazine about web design made by Italian webdesigners.
This 5K cover of the site is made for the 5K contest and it will remain as an important section of the site when it will grow up...
A note about the design: we used a new standard font in titles, Trebuchet MS (installed by MS Internet Explorer both on PC and MAC), so anyone might be able to view it...
If you don't see it don't worry: there are also Verdana, Arial, Helvetica and sans-serif (as usual)!!!
Entry number: 33 Size: 4558 bytes
The Five-K Magazine
By Eduardo J. Sousa
Website description: Basically, it is a magazine under 5KB. This issue is about things smaller that 5KB ;)
Entry number: 34 Size: 5077 bytes
The Five-K Gallery
By Eduardo J. Sousa
A full-functioning art gallery, features nine pictures
Entry number: 35 Size: 2644 bytes
No time like the present...
World Time, by the electric elephant, the sleepy giant and a hairy monster.
Entry number: 36 Size: 5060 bytes
By Tung Nguyen
The future of innovation:Ý creativity and graphic mayhem.
Entry number: 37 Size: 3037 bytes
Do It Yourself Mondriaan
By Thomas Castro/LUST Studios
Entry number: 38 Size: 1817 bytes
By Thomas Castro/LUST Studios
Entry number: 39 Size: 1695 bytes
Blinded By 1K
By Thomas Castro/LUST Studios
Entry number: 40 Size: 4812 bytes
By Jesse Willmon
Day to day life is tedious. There are many things we do that absorb far too much of our time. Each day we teach technology to work faster and harder, yet the results rarely translate into easier living.
Simply put, technology should give us MORE free time, not less. Confess-O-Matic does precisely that. You never have to worry about your sins again. Simply use Confess-O-Matic and your sins are erased electronically. No prying priest, no smelly confession booth, no outdated religious dogma and definitely no wasted time. Finally, technology that truly saves us time.
Entry number: 41 Size: 5065 bytes
Space Invaders - Atari 2600
By Chris Nott
This one's titled 'Space Invaders - Atari 2600'. It's as close to the Atari 2600 version of Space Invaders as I could get with <5k. I had to leave out
the shields, multiple lives, explosions, sounds and the ufo but everything else is in there. A - left, D - right, space - fire. Anyone over 25 will know what to do. It gets tricky by the 4th screen. Works in 4+ browsers except IE4.x on the Mac (IE5 works, though).
Entry number: 42 Size: 3948 bytes
By Chris Nott
The maze view is first person. Arrows at the bottom of the screen allow you to move forward in the direction you are facing or turn left or right. You can also drop and retrieve breadcrumbs to find your way. The data for the 20-room maze is hard-coded in an array. The display is updated using simple image replacement.
Entry number: 43 Size: 4317 bytes
By Chris Nott
'Fridge Pomes", a dhtml drag and drop magnetic poetry thingy. 20 words are randomly picked from a collection of 60 (donated by co-workers who had no idea what I wanted the words for) -- duplicates will occur. If you aren't happy with your word collection, hit the recycle button to generate a new lot. Style sheets are used to create the word borders.
Entry number: 44 Size: 2697 bytes
By John S. Rhodes
Entry number: 46 Size: 4312 bytes
Rory Ewins - Half-Life
By Rory Ewins
Half a lifetime in half of 10k.
Entry number: 48 Size: 816 bytes
fun with fibonacci
By Kelly Creighton
My brief description comes from encarta: Fibonacci Series
Fibonacci Series, in mathematics, series of numbers in which each member is the sum of the two preceding numbers. For example, a series beginning 0, 1 ... continues as 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, and so forth. The series was discovered by the Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci (circa 1170-c.1240), also called Leonardo of Pisa.
Fibonacci numbers have many interesting properties and are widely used in mathematics. Natural patterns, such as the spiral growth of leaves on some trees, often exhibit the Fibonacci series.
"Fibonacci Series," MicrosoftÆ EncartaÆ Online Encyclopedia 2000
© 1997-2000 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Entry number: 49 Size: 5077 bytes
By Kate Burrett
Five things people wouldn't want to live without.
Entry number: 50 Size: 4642 bytes
By Brianna Privett
This was a ton of fun, I really enjoyed participating. Thank you! http://www.brianna.org
Entry number: 51 Size: 3829 bytes
By Victoria Gregory
Space Invaders Rip Off, non-operational.
Entry number: 52 Size: 4488 bytes
5k Design Awards Web Site
By Jeremy Scott Knudsen
This site is intended to be used *after* the contest is over to present this year's winner, provide a gallery of all entries, link to a knowledge database of tips and techniques used by this year's contestants, and lastly to exist as an entry for the fifty smackers.
Entry number: 53 Size: 2109 bytes
By Chuckie Yau
This website is reminder to some of us that those who lack of
caring and love needs support from every individual. Most of the people
who live in city is not caring enough and tolerant.The red dot explains
there is a caring heart exist in this world. Therefore, there is still hope for
us to rebuild our relationships.
Entry number: 54 Size: 4457 bytes
By Tan Ling
Entry number: 55 Size: 3420 bytes
Less as in more
By Anne Ng Ann Nee
I'm playing around the spacing and colours to express my overall concept.
A small square to represent "less" and after click into it, the black colour has filled all the space to represent "more". Just a simple webpage by using whole page's space.
Entry number: 56 Size: 1582 bytes
By Jaclyn Seng Yin Kuan
On the first page (ellipsis), you will see the 3 dots in a quotation. It visualizes a spoken sentence with no words inside. The purpose is to show that, there are more to speaking in words than we know. In pure silence, which we presence it with ellipsis in text form, it connects us to a greater level of understanding. It depends entirely on how you wish to perceive it. Everything depending on the person looking at the context; a feeling that revolve from the 3 dots itself. The empty last page (silence) emphasized my last two words
in the pervious page (simplicity); . . . without words.
Entry number: 57 Size: 5103 bytes
By Jaclyn Seng Yin Kuan
Nothing is simply nothing. The concept is nothing, therefore the site is about nothing. As you touch each letter ( S-I-M-P-L- Y ), they will disappear. Certain letters ( S-M-L ), when you click on them, they will bring you to a new page which has a word nothing.
As a whole, the site is a mere pleasure of idiocrasy. For some people who has nothing to do and have time to spare.
Entry number: 58 Size: 3436 bytes
Entry number: 59 Size: 2771 bytes
A Pause / A Nap
By Wong Siew Mei
This website is a reminder for people especially those who live in city area - a hectic city. The pressure in daily life cause insomnia, mentally
derangement / feeble-mindedness, heart-attack and etc.
The word 'nap' is not just to sleep, but a rest of your entire day. The main page showing there is a big gap between the second line to the third line is the pause of the hectic life. Moving to the next page, hopefully you will get influenced and attentive to my design. The final page is totally blank, for you to enjoy after a stressful life.
There are uniqueness in my design which does not have link to the previous pages, if do, you will probably unrest. So, take a pause.
Entry number: 60 Size: 3933 bytes
Entry number: 61 Size: 4735 bytes
Entry number: 62 Size: 5117 bytes
By Erik Goodlad
Site for the Punk band Guttermouth
Notes: I had to modify my design a lot to make this under 5k. Smaller logo,
and naming everything with one character. The design stays true to it's
Entry number: 63 Size: 2794 bytes
By Erik Goodlad
Links to my work.
Notes: If it wasn't for the pure fact that I wasted my time creating it, I wouldn't be showing it to anyone.
Entry number: 64 Size: 2720 bytes
By Jovaras StaskeviËius
This page is best viewed with IE4-5.
You can use it as a wallpaper on the desktop.
Jovaras StaskeviËius (from lithuania)
Entry number: 65 Size: 3373 bytes
By Oliver Rymann
no description really, just check it out.
Entry number: 66 Size: 5036 bytes
By Chris Ecker
Entry number: 67 Size: 5027 bytes
By Yuri Bondjukoff
My name is Yuri Bondjukoff. I am 25 years old student from Bulgaria.
I am sending you a site which includes datas about light sailplanes. I am using
Java Script for painting gradient-like shapes, creating simple database, datas
sorting and graphs drawing.
If you are interested about my work, I would be very glad to have offers
Entry number: 68 Size: 4863 bytes
By Ivo Widjaja
Create you own palette of colors which you can save and load again ...
Entry number: 69 Size: 3780 bytes
now you can draw!
By Ivo Widjaja
Drawing tools by click Application, you can save and load your work.
Entry number: 70 Size: 2719 bytes
chaos in a box
By Ivo Widjaja
Entry number: 71 Size: 4942 bytes
By sven vahar
These pages and images are to be considered as whole, one "mini-site". They are linked in order of numbering, the "index.html" being the starting page and linking to next, which in turn links to next etc.
Entry number: 72 Size: 3689 bytes
Crossing the Line
By Chris McDougall
Never underestimate the power of words. Although someone once said that a picture is worth a thousand words, when used right no picture in the world can describe the right set of words. If you want to be heard you use words.
I see a lot of pages that tend to focus on "cool pictures" without realizing that text can be powerful also. And with good design it can only make a message that much stronger.
My piece is called "Crossing the Line." It is a very simple biography, with the very simple point that everyone tries to find themself in a world where the individual does not exist. The piece displays simple excerpts of significant things in my life that happened to me that most people can probably relate to, all with the common theme of searching for yourself. No images, no flash, just a single html file clocking at under 4k with text and a little bit of CSS loving. Words are powerful. Words convey thoughts. Never underestimate the power of words.
Entry number: 74 Size: 4820 bytes
By Peter Massarelli
>The title of the entry is Gentle Rain. At first glance, it doesn't look like much, but the trick is that the drop pattern and dripping sounds never repeat. I have used the Flash programming features to completely randomize the appearance and position of the drops and the frequency and order of the blip noises.
Entry number: 75 Size: 5099 bytes
By Peter Massarelli
The page consists of one HTML page and one Flash file, which just squeak under the limit.
Entry number: 76 Size: 5059 bytes
Excite My Chicken
By Neil Durand
A small Flash interactive involving exciting and relaxing a chicken that clucks.
Entry number: 77 Size: 4049 bytes
By Julia Kleyman & David Boswell
Faces packs 10 graphic files and several different
Entry number: 78 Size: 112523 bytes
By Brent Marshall
Sorry guys, I had to do this. From what I believe it is under 5k! Have a good one.
Entry number: 79 Size: 5120 bytes
The Logical Fallacy of Being
By Dave Prager/Gabe St. John
Entry number: 80 Size: 2111 bytes
By Peter Quinn
Entry number: 81 Size: 4014 bytes
By Ivo Widjaja
obvious... it's a calendar
Entry number: 82 Size: 2588 bytes
the web's smallest art museum
By Alex Barber
Entry number: 83 Size: 3265 bytes
By Josh Santangelo
The piece opens with a circle irising in and out, revealing a portion of a poem by D. H. Lawrence [ http://www.bartleby.com/128/4.html ]. It's a weird
way to read something, because it forces your pace (which may be faster or slower than your normal reading speed), and makes you (me, anyway) tend to read from the middle of the line, instead of from the left. It probably just serves to ruin the poem.
Then the circle gets bored with all this art crap, and the user gains control. By moving the mouse, you can control the speed of rotation, direction of rotation, and the radius of the circle. Clicking changes its center. The speed is regulated by the cursor's distance from the x-axis of the circle, the direction is decided by what side of the x-axis you're on, and the radius is determined by the cursor's distance from the circle's center.
A DHTML browser - IE4/IE5/NN4 for Mac/Win were the only browsers tested.
Anything else is unknown.
A pretty fast computer - It looks like crap on a P200, but looks sweet on a PII or a G3. It runs faster in NN than it does in IE, and that difference is even greater on the Mac. Dunno why.
The points on the circle come up as question marks on a Mac, and as a neat symbol on Windows. I was going to throw in some detection to handle that, but thought maybe the question marks would add some kind of mystery to it.
Entry number: 84 Size: 1736 bytes
By Rolf Borst
With this homepage, the imaginary company "intelligente software" offers jobs over internet.
Entry number: 85 Size: 4995 bytes
By Jason Gregg
The page is titled "Decision" and is best viewed in IE4 or newer just because the timing holds synchronization best. It is even more fun if you hit deguass while viewing.
Entry number: 86 Size: 4353 bytes
micro-site "Design and the art of micro-bonsai"
Entry number: 87 Size: 5216 bytes
How GIFs work
By John Horner
Notes to keep you interested:
* there are five pages, each exactly 1024 bytes
* the intent is educational
* it's all about GIFs but doesn't contain any GIFs
* it doesn't validate 100% but it degrades fine
* I could have saved lots of bytes by spelling "colour" the American way, but I couldn't bring myself to do it.
Entry number: 88 Size: 3660 bytes
By Dan Nawara
the greek text engine.
randomly displays philosophy.
i figure if you reload the page enough times you'll achieve zen.
Entry number: 89 Size: 3350 bytes
deity of eliteness: why hackers hack.
By John Retro
i got railroaded into entering something the night I am leaving for my trip to the caribe. I was thinking about cute women in Jamaica , not sushi-eating
self-absorbed cynical new media tag hags with options and the 5k pages they make to meet men.
i think there is an art to even how the page looks if u select everything on it. it's two parts math , two parts illusion , and one part bullshit...
Please write about all the tricks people pulled to get smaller packages. I'm going to analyze them myself. I think that that will be of import to someone!
Ill check the contest when i get back to see kick ass entries by the usual suspects.. hmm
Entry number: 90 Size: 4748 bytes
By Greg Ash
This is a prototype site, from which I am refining my own website design style. The site uses frames for layout and tabs for navigation. It is easily scalable to handle large amounts of data. I've created an intranet site for the HR/HRD department in a Fortune 100 company using this concept. It controls about 30 pages and has been very favorably received by the
Entry number: 91 Size: 4438 bytes
Reading, wRiting & R-ithmatic for HTML
By Peter Kuo
Brief Description: Throw away your WYSINWYG programs and learn to write HTML from scratch!
??? How does one define 'function'??? How does a page actually "DO" anything?? If a tree falls in the woods and .....
Entry number: 92 Size: 5158 bytes
By Tamasin Cole
My name: Tamasin Cole
Its name: me; or - 5 decades, 12 months, 0 going back I like the idea of the virtual page being as wide (or as long) as the imagination. It's a time-line, and I took me as its subject just to avoid loads of research and any accusations of seriousness and accuracy. It could have been much smaller (but less interesting), or it could go on for ever if I had more than 5k (and more time).
I hope it's enjoyed; I had fun.
Entry number: 93 Size: 4055 bytes
By J–rg Kliemann
my homepage shrunken to <5k
Entry number: 94 Size: 4227 bytes
By Don Anderson
The coding is very simple and accessible to all browsers. Fully back your crusade for functional
sites. Best wishes Don Anderson
Entry number: 95 Size: 5116 bytes
By rene bauer
"reduced zone" is a complete shoot em up game.
use the keys [ 4 ][ 6 ] for moving the box, [ space ] for shooting the
destory as many boxes as you get limitations: time-limit, the violet boxes must be destroyed before
they hit the ground (else : game over)
tested on netscape 4.5 & iis 5.0 (pc + mac)
. excuse the poor english
. your 5k was really funny.
. bye rene b. (imp89)
Entry number: 96 Size: 3311 bytes
By Glenn Ricci
Scooter. What else is there to say?
Entry number: 97 Size: 4545 bytes
By barbara haeberlin
here my contribution to your 5K-award. it contains 4545 bytes, 4 HTML-pages, 4 GIFs (2 of them animated), 1 CSS and 1 JS-File (for onmouseover-moving-gifs). and it teaches you everything you always wanted to know.
due to your rigid restrictions i had to choose sex as topic. since it's the only three-letter-word in english that i know.
Entry number: 98 Size: 4407 bytes
By Claire Amundsen Schaeffer
Description: An interactive page that introduces the surfer to Surrealism, a number of the key players in the early Surrealist movement (in the form of quotes and links), and a two-person game (which can played on the page) to inspire the surfer's own Surrealist art or literature.
Entry number: 99 Size: 4965 bytes
By Robert Haler
>Please find my zipped entry (5ksite.zip) attached. The page contains
>"telescope buying tips". It is heavy on content, with very little code
>spent on formatting. It has 1 gif for pizzaz and a simple navigation menu.
>The idea is accurate, but ruthlessly concise information. I have written
>much more extensive scope buying FAQs, but this is the first "2 minute
>version". Maybe people will actually read it!
Entry number: 100 Size: 4236 bytes
By Magnus Lundgren
Here comes our entry for you competition.The title of the page - it is more of a site really - is thinkharder.
It is a web based quiz where the viewer tries to find the name of the next page which is hidden somewhere on the current page.
Entry number: 101 Size: 2867 bytes
By Susanna Lowrey
This is a 2-page web "application" written to help disillusioned worker bees
>find their ideal careers. Enjoy. And if you or any of the judges get
>particularly interesting results with the V.A., I'd love to see them.
Entry number: 102 Size: 5069 bytes
By Philip Jayasinghe
This is my entry work.
The whole site weight is lower than 5k.
I hope you will like it.
Entry number: 103 Size: 4946 bytes
By Iwagaki Taruhi
This is a link page with Java.
Enjoy rotating a cube and finding sites.
If you wander where you go, you can roll a cube like a roulette by your operation.
Entry number: 104 Size: 4075 bytes
5KB of 99promoCD
By Martin Toman
Theme is a brief info about one CD of one band.
Entry number: 105 Size: 4459 bytes
By JJ Solari
This single page serves as a launcher to perform internet queries with the help of five popular sites - (altavista, google, yahoo, hotbot and dejanews).
Dual query mode:
- AUTO mode, on by default, which allows query with boolean operators OR (main field), AND (and field) and NOT (not field).
Enter strings or quoted expressions (separated with space if several) in respective fields, no operators are needed.
Clicking on brand of choice in top menu bar automatically performs
necessary syntax corrections to match http as well as searchengine
- MANUAL mode is switched on as soon as one operator is detected in the query, in any field. All operators of the five brands are supported.
This operating mode supposes that the user is experienced with the specific syntax of the searchengine he(she) intends to use.
Query must be complete for the result to be coherent as all three fields behave in a 'standard' way.
Still, the final query is corrected to conform to http specifications.
Bug (sort of):
Google doesn't perform OR queries (main field) like competitors, but instead AND queries.
This page validates through W3C's HTML401.loose specifications.
No copyright. Just hope that all five don't mind my borrowing their tools ;-)
Entry number: 106 Size: 4975 bytes
Find Che Guevera
By gavin hardman
Entry number: 107 Size: 4810 bytes
Scissors, Rock, Paper
By gavin hardman
Entry number: 108 Size: 5117 bytes
By Menno Luitjes
The only thing i want to say about this entry is that it uses the Flash 4 plugin and that you have to turn on your computer's sound.
Entry number: 109 Size: 4528 bytes
I try to do my small 'Internet-guide' with only 1 pic...
Entry number: 110 Size: 5073 bytes
By Matt Gregory
The script is a battleship clone where you, the player plays against the computer. Each player takes a turn shooting at the other until one fleet is completely sunk.
Entry number: 111 Size: 4325 bytes
Steev's Recreational Maths Page
By Stephen Goodwin
Based on the ideas and works of Martin Gardener, this page (consisting of several frames) is best viewed at 1024x768 to see all the features, *and* the surrounding 'golden rectangle' frames, without scroll bars.
the fly, whilst single letter function names, file names and variables keep the size down internal.
Entry number: 112 Size: 3962 bytes
By Ralf Hildebrandt
I crafted a little Mandelbrot explorer entirely in J(ava)Script
Entry number: 113 Size: 5119 bytes
By Douglas Bagnall
Sorry if your browser has a number less than 4.
if pressing space causes your screen to scroll down, try using ` instead. That is the ` in the top left below the ~.
If you lose the key function (Netscape 4.x is especially bad), try clicking on the screen in a blank region. If the keys start working again _don't_ use the mouse controls or the keys will stop again.
Mozilla and IE5 work ok with a mix of keys and mouse.
Special thanks are due to Miles Thompson who helped with the keyboard thing.
Entry number: 114 Size: 3840 bytes
5k JM Drawing
By Josep Maria
This is a tool to do pixelated drawings with gray colors.
Entry number: 115 Size: 3580 bytes
By Eduard Terradas
with this page i tried to demostrate that is possible to design a content page with graphics, acceptable design, ... and decent file sizes.
p.s: sorry for my very bad english ...
Entry number: 116 Size: 5079 bytes
By Luca Bilotta
This is a simple page created using Flash 4.
It's home page of a tipical web site.
Animated and interactive background with a navigation by floating object (composed with six balls).
Each ball is a button (link) to another page.
Simple, fast, pretty and small...
Entry number: 117 Size: 5035 bytes
By Ron A Buckton
Video Game Resource
Entry number: 118 Size: 3611 bytes
By Ashley Brown
Ink's Demise ... why print media should die by Ashley Brown
A brief essay about how and why the 'paperless' society could and should evolve.
Entry number: 119 Size: 4241 bytes
By Valerius (DaVinci), Nico (SNQ), Franklin (G-Day) GizmoZone Development Team
2K screensaver, Online Texture Generator, Screensaver size is included in 5K
Entry number: 120 Size: 5118 bytes
Girls in Overalls are Cute
By Cheri Zimmerman
Entry number: 121 Size: 4749 bytes
my hair my chin
By Mark Burrett
Entry number: 122 Size: 5061 bytes
By Marc Palmer and Bradley Martin
Entry number: 123 Size: 4647 bytes
By Quang Lai
A DHTML-ized poem by Vincent K. Armas
Entry number: 124 Size: 339 bytes
By Todd Houlette
It was rough, but I think I did it.
Entry number: 125 Size: 4946 bytes
By Tobias Treppmann
I've created this site called i-disco/mini art for the 5k contest.
Hope you like it :-)
Entry number: 127 Size: 2867 bytes
The Vocation Analyzer
By Susanna Lowrey
This is a 2-page web "application" written to help disillusioned worker bees find their ideal careers. Enjoy. And if you or any of the judges get particularly interesting results with the V.A., I'd love to see them.
Entry number: 128 Size: 4569 bytes
India - A Brief Guide
By Roshan Revanka
Entry number: 129 Size: 4898 bytes
By Wouter de Jong and Roy Tanck
Entry number: 130 Size: 4788 bytes
By Ed Ho
hi, my entry to the 5k competition is entitled "symbol". it's a modified page from an existing site i made, hence the link at the top. it's not part of the entry, just a shameless plug. anyway, symbol is an interactive art page designed to create new symbols from existing ones; just type characters
in the field, hit the play button, and watch the fun. enjoy.
Entry number: 131 Size: 4295 bytes
By Jonathan Phillips
"unique.Fusion 01" is a dwelling upon the various
semantic and iconic structures that develop through simple random math functions and a set of images aligned next to one another. What
begins to happen is that the images take on shapes, mappings and symbols through simple random chance to synergetically become more than the simple choice of two images.
Entry number: 132 Size: 3543 bytes
By Pope Legba
Here's my entry. The subject is prosperity. Thank you for your consideration.
Entry number: 133 Size: 4826 bytes
The 5k Contest
By Lars S–derdahl
Entry number: 134 Size: 5085 bytes
By Arne Koesel & Tilo Hartmann (Kono)
we really had a lot of fun to produce a webpage that - at least in our view - fully meets the demands of your web contest. The idea to produce an appealing and functional 5KB (or less) webpage was pretty challenging and didn't let us sleep for a couple of days :)
So - please find attached what we worked out during these nights... a real space-action-game, designed in retro style and called "index51". Your task is to move your index51-ship succesfully through the space-maze and to collect 300 points to free the 5K-universe. But watch out for the mean
Megabyte-Monsters! Use the reloading sources to gain more energy to protect your ship.
We think the game is really funny and we even are a little proud that it's less than 5K (in fact we reached 5085 bytes - so it's still lower than 5120
bytes). But you better convince yourselves that every single byte is worth it :)
Entry number: 135 Size: 4184 bytes
By Jeff Blankenburg
This page is property of Jeff Blankenburg (firstname.lastname@example.org) of Resource Marketing, Inc., Columbus, OH. Obviously the concept for the game was borrowed, but I claim no ownership to the game's concept or title. I do own the code contained herein, and any use of it on any other site but sylloge.com without my permission is prohibited.
Entry number: 136 Size: 4935 bytes
By Jan Grant
How it works: you can view the original source at
Yep, it's hideous. But: it's not obfuscated; it's just compact.
You need to be a serious geek to appreciate this, I suppose, but I thought it was worth an entry. Probably won't win any awards for asthetic appeal though :-(
As a side note, the original interpreter has been used in a number of demos and tutorials (primarily geared at members of the library community) along the lines of "look how easy it is to inference over metadata".
Entry number: 137 Size: 2351 bytes
By Jonathan Phillips
"Passing" is a webpage that revolves around the
manifested and the hidden and how that relates to the topics of passing away. All the texts are from personal journals of mine since I was a child and detail some choice phrases like "death is simple." By having only certain pieces of text viewable at any one time, a new narrative develops from simple left to right reading of text across the screen. After viewing this piece, multiple viewpoints are shown and developed between the individual user and the artist (me).
Entry number: 138 Size: 4994 bytes
By Satoshi Hasegawa
mean of CHARENDER ="THE calendar"+"THE letter"
Entry number: 139 Size: 2896 bytes
By fredrik z johansson
okay. here's my entry for the 5k contest, it's fairly self-explanatory. just unzip it into one directory. the default.html file is the start page. and i didn't see any rules against frames, so it's a somewhat creative use of that. quite pointless, but that's
beside the point ;)
Entry number: 140 Size: 3119 bytes
By evan rose
a little something (a poem perhaps?), just takes a second, and it might make you feel a little better about things.
Entry number: 141 Size: 4093 bytes
Mr. H's Happy Site
By Di Turner
Mr. Happy's personal web site.
Entry number: 142 Size: 5082 bytes
The Web That Wasn't
By Brian Ward
A brief flashback to a time when a 5K download was a big deal, presented in a format that might only make sense to the people who remember it best.
The characters and events depicted in this presentation are fictitious. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
Entry number: 143 Size: 5092 bytes
Supper Club Nation
By Dack Ragus
Entry number: 144 Size: 2136 bytes
By Jonathan Phillips
"TV simul" is a simple site under "5K" simulation of my beliefs on the simplistic nature of television messages and pulsating radiation that emulates from the screen. This is a fun experiment on
old deprecated HTML which uses the <blink> tag. Strangely enough, the blink tag was created to grab internet user's attention much like television does through special effects. Luckily, the blink tag is deprecated because it is seemingly annoying like television and television commercials.
Entry number: 145 Size: 4428 bytes
By Bertine Holmboe
Entry number: 146 Size: 4899 bytes
By Steven Garrity
This was our real company site for a while. Be sure and re-size the browser lots. Grab the little corner or your window and stretch it and squish it to your hearts content (now try THAT with amazon.com).
Entry number: 147 Size: 3 bytes
Attached is the smallest HTML entry you will get. While it weighs only a paltry three bytes, it is both commanding and informative. It is compliant
with every browser since Mosiac, looks identical on each, and works on all platforms seamlessly.
To save you the trouble, I will judge it for you:
1. Size: 3 bytes. If someone else can give you a smaller file size, chances are it's just gibberish. This is an actual, punctually correct sentence (in
English, though it can be easily translated with AltaVista's Babelfish).
2. Aesthetic Appeal: It's bloody gorgeous. Simple, elegant, and to the point. No extraneous navigation, banners, graphics, style sheets, scripts, or even markup to get in the way of pure, solid content.
3. Function: It serves it's purpose beautifully. It gets the message across with minimum hassle, providing a clear, genuine experience for the viewer.
4. Overall Concept & Originality: If someone else does this, chances are they stole it from me. Concept? Bloody perfect.
Entry number: 148 Size: 2640 bytes
By Curtis Barrett
Here's my submission. It's not very good or cool, but oh well.
Entry number: 149 Size: 4711 bytes
>>this.form.net.art.origin [net.art bookmarks]
By Brian Mackern
Entry number: 150 Size: 4813 bytes
By Sean Gill
A small, ineffective epitaph for a dead friend.
Entry number: 151 Size: 4038 bytes
The Declaration of Independence
By Dennis Arnold
Preamble of the Declaration of Independence with link to the entire document.
Entry number: 152 Size: 3361 bytes
By Gahlord Dewald
An interactive description of the word "polyrhythm."
Entry number: 153 Size: 4927 bytes
By Peter Zsoldos
Entry number: 154 Size: 2632 bytes
By Justin Martenstein
Here's my entry - a puzzle, fairly self-explanatory.
Entry number: 155 Size: 3433 bytes
By Raul Guiu
Tonthello, is an usual Othello game, you have to play against the computer, it is very simple
Entry number: 156 Size: 4589 bytes
By Raul Guiu
Tontris, you control the falling pieces, like tetris, and you have to match colors, rows and columns of 4+
Entry number: 157 Size: 4788 bytes
Entry number: 158 Size: 5120 bytes
By Tim Taylor
A collection of four traditional nursery rhymes.
Entry number: 159 Size: 4994 bytes
By Wolfgang Wachata
Entry number: 160 Size: 2493 bytes
By thephil (?)
this turned out a little darker than i intended...
but i've been in the office about 16 hours today.
i was thinking about life years ago...
when a 20k page was almost unbearably
huge...and about how sloppy everything is....
and about how much i liked the old stuff like
pre tags and blockquotes.
Entry number: 161 Size: 4048 bytes
By Bill and Eric Wilkinson
A simple game... no time for other comments.
Entry number: 162 Size: 4084 bytes
Universal Decision Maker
By Sam Foster
hi there, attached is a zip containing all files required for the "universal decision maker", a vastly trimmed and greatly prettified adaption of a bug race page I put up a couple of years ago.
This one is down to a total of 4084 bytes for all html and images. It is compatible back to nn3, ie4. as far as the functionality is concerned; text styling uses css. At great cost in bytes i put in document.images checks and noscript messges
so as not to confound users of un-supported browsers. I know you will appreciate this :)
The source code is trimmed back to a bare minimum of formatting.. I just can't bring myself to remove those last newlines, and render the code
basically unreadable. Call this vanity or generous-heartedness, I lose (gain) some bytes there too.
yes, I know bugs don't really walk like that. If there's ever a version 1.1 I'll animate the correct gait. As it is, I'm told it's kind of sweet :)
Entry number: 163 Size: 4304 bytes
An Alphabet of Activities
By Sam Foster
attached is a zip file of all files that make up "an alphabet of activities" a mini-site of 26 pages - a page for each letter. It all lives in the same directory. index.html is the start page (frameset).
Content is my own.
Entry number: 164 Size: 3652 bytes
By Sam Foster
attached is a single file: index.html, which weighs in at 3703 bytes
this is uses a set of words borrowed from (and credited in the source code) http://www.renfaire.com/Language/insults.html
Entry number: 165 Size: 4039 bytes
By paul patrick arzul
a collage of html art
Entry number: 166 Size: 2081 bytes
By paul patrick arzul
geek humour displayed on an airport-like
Entry number: 167 Size: 4497 bytes
By Paul Pascual
Hi, this is my entry for the 5k contest.
Remember in the 1980's there were two electronic games called "Simon" and "Einstein"? They were these memory games with four colored buttons with lights. The computer would light up a sequence of colors, and afterwards you
would have to repeat the sequence by pressing the buttons. If you got it right, the computer would add another button to the sequence for you to
repeat. This would go on until you got the sequence wrong, and then the
game was over. The site I created is called "i-nstein, Y2K" and is an internet version of these games.
Entry number: 168 Size: 4595 bytes
By Phillip Holmstrand
Full text of the John Nicolay transcript of the Gettysburg Address. I tried several different designs, but very few of them looked good on all browsers/platforms. Hope you guys like this one.
Entry number: 169 Size: 2998 bytes
By Susan Weaver
This page plays with the idea of rhythms and perceiving them visually. There are patterns of 2 against 3 and some paradiddles (the sticking pattern Right,Left, Right, Right or Left, Right, Left, Left). The words PERCUSSION, PERCEPTION, and PARADIDDLE are in the center animation.
Entry number: 170 Size: 3640 bytes
By Paul R. Suszko
it kinda describes itself...
Entry number: 171 Size: 4871 bytes
IDEO Web Color Visualizer
By Mark Chance, Leo Kopelow, Danny Stillion
Basically the idea came to me while driving home from work. "What about creating a web page that has web safe colors that allows you to see how the
colors interact on a real live web page rather than trying to fake it in photoshop or squinting at Fireworks swatches." I got the basic functionality
done in a couple of hours and then did a preliminary layout. We then refined the layout design, I implemented it, then spent several more hours dealing with cross-browser/cross-platform inconsistencies and compressing and refining the code to keep the size down. All in all, I think it too us about 8 hours total to do produce this from initial design concept to final product.
Entry number: 172 Size: 5069 bytes
By Jeff Howard
1 HTML file
(ii) aesthetic appeal
Color is the driving force behind my design. I capitalized on the power of warm and vibrant hues by placing them on a black background. The color palette was derived from Cezzanne who suggested "Je vais au dÈveloppement logique de ce que je vois dans la nature." I made the randomizing script double function by applying it to the color block header, giving the page a different look each time it's loaded.
The functionality comes from giving the user a bit of control over the site content. My contest entry is built to function as a linear website. As the user navigates through the site, they remix the color blocks and phrases each time they click a link. They can also customize the random phrases by entering their own thoughts into the array.
(iv) overall concept & originality
The design of this site is my own. However, I didn't invent any of the scripting concepts that I used in making it work. My goal was to find innovative ways to combine these techniques. Hopefully, I've succeeded. I'd welcome any feedback or questions you have. You can view an expanded version of this entry, with commented and structured code, as well as some expanded compatibility and aesthetic tweaks at http://www.kc.net/~jeffh/15k/
Entry number: 173 Size: 3478 bytes
By Makiko Itoh
The kind of pictures-with-words that designers have done in print for years...though I don't see too much of it online. It's kind of inspired
by Guillame Apollonaire, a French poet who wrote poems that were also
pictures, and by Lewis Carroll who did the same in the Alice books.
This is a poem by a 16th century French poet called Clément
Marot. I discovered it in a book by Douglas Hofstadter called "Le Ton
Beau de Marot". Briefly the book is about the ways in which words can be
translated. (He has many different translations of the poem in the
book..some are hilarious.) Although I did study French eons ago, it's a
bit rusty, but to me the poem just has a wonderful rhythmical feel to it
even if not all the words are understood. And in any case anything in
French looks nice even if it's a grocery list.
This is a love poem. So I arranged the poem around the title, in a heart
shape...the heart also symbolicallly surrounds "ma mignonne" - my
sweetheart or my darling.I also wanted to add some life and control the
speed of viewer's reading of the lines (the speed is set to be a reading
I had had a few more bytes to spare, I would have made the speed of the
"animation" user-definable. If I had even more bytes to spare I'd put in
some of the translations from the Hofstadter book. But there it is.
If you had a poetry site or something... though the same kind of
technique could be used to control where/how your viewer's eye was lead.
Creation stuff used:
Mac,BBEdit, PANTONE Colorweb swatch book, graph paper, pencil.
capable browser. No plugins required. It almost validates to HTML4.0. (3
Entry number: 174 Size: 2733 bytes
Miniaturized deekoo.net/tentacled.net hub, just under 3K.
Mild bloat due to cross-browser compatibility efforts and html closing-tag-OCD; tested in netscape, kfm, and lynx.
Ibbles not included.
Entry number: 175 Size: 5014 bytes
By jan van coppenolle
nightfur is a music project of mine and it seemend a nice idea to use it as the subject for a miniwebsite with a total size less that 5k :o)
Entry number: 176 Size: 4898 bytes
Joseph Albers - INTERACTION WITH web-safe COLORS
By Paul Kraus and Chip Aubry
As a tribute to Joseph Albers and what he did for color in design, we
applied his studies to the web-safe palette. Although this is not the
complete work of Albers, they are four representative pieces which reflect
the limitations of the web-safe spectrum. The unique restrictions of the 5k
made this a natural subject to explore.
Entry number: 177 Size: 4682 bytes
"The Dance of RGB" (now with a hint of real lemon)
By Jeff Blankenburg
Kind of slow on my old Mac.
Entry number: 178 Size: 4117 bytes
HTML -> HoTMaiL
By Jesse Knight
When I heard about your contest, I started working on a page,
but was at a loss for content. As luck would have it, I mentioned HTML in
conversation with a client, and he stopped and asked when we had started
talking about Hotmail. It had never occurred to me - or anyone else I asked
- that to non-techies, HTML would make a pretty understandable abbreviation
for Hotmail. Anyway, the story on the enclosed page lends a bit of
legitimacy to the claim.
Entry number: 179 Size: 4060 bytes
Lament of a Web site perpetrator
By John Pollock
Entry number: 180 Size: 3735 bytes
By Jon McAchran
Here is a design I have completed for your contest. It is about 3.5k or 3727
bytes in size and complies with the rest of your rules. Hope it can score
pretty well, and I hope you will post the scores of all the pages in your
contest. Anyways, thanks for letting an 18 year old designer participate in
a great contest that will hopefully get all designers thinking. I love the
idea. Below is a short explanation of the design.
I created this design with your rules in mind, but to give myself more
competition I also added a few rules. I added rules like - only use three
colors, give the design some type of emotion and give the design some type
of message. Then I decided to use the colors orange and black. Kind of a
spin-off of the traditional colors of red, black and white. However I chose
orange because of the physical and psychological effects it has when viewed
by a human observer. Then I created a title that I thought fit and tried to
give the whole piece an overall emotion.
This whole project took about 2 hours (including typing the e-mail), and
even though I didn't spend enormously long amounts of time on it, I would
very greatly appreciate it if I could find out my place in this competition.
Entry number: 181 Size: 3649 bytes
By Sara Ullman
Entry number: 182 Size: 5078 bytes
By Thomas Richardson
The title says it all. Nevertheless, here's more:
How much should virtual furniture cost?
How long should shoppers wait for their purchases to arrive? Over a 56k connection? Over a cable modem? This site may answer one or more of these questions. Don't forget, "Quality never looked so good with you
sitting on it." (TM)
Entry number: 183 Size: 4771 bytes
Love, Health, Life
By Laare Rowan
Entry number: 184 Size: 4119 bytes
Colour Match Memory Game
By Hamilton Ford
array of unseen coloured dots simply by clicking them.
Entry number: 185 Size: 4557 bytes
By Ms. Jiyun Park and Mr.Seung Chan Lim
This web page's main concept stems from the fundamentals of communication. What one of the things that the internet has provided us with is an
easier/faster way of communicating with each other. In order to help people understand how such communication actually works, we have come up with a webpage that emulates the lower layer of computer to computer communication.
The underlying motivation for this page is the result of the recent
research, that with the growth of the
internet people are communicating with each other less and less in person.
The way we look at this is that when a user at one end sends an e-mail or
creates a webpage of
oneself, what he/she has essentially done is left one's self in the hands of
the computer that is used to view
the webpage/read the e-mail to create a virtual identity for him/herself.
Then what the user on the other
end sees/reads is content that has gone through the computer's
interpretation of the binary code that has
arrived through the internet. This, compared to the daily interaction
between people, has an added layer
of interpretation that is done by the computer. This added layer of
interpretation creates a
virtual space in which the two people communicate. The user at one end
creating the e-mail is allowing
the computer to interpret the binary code generated by the keyboard
interrupt into characters rendered
on-screen, and the user at the other end reading the e-mail is allowing the
computer to interpret
the binary code that has been transmitted through the internet as packets.
So in essence, the
communication is really done in a virtual space where two computers are
communicating with each other.
However, if we were to elliminate the interpretation taking place on both
sides, then the only thing the
computer is doing is merely facilitating the transmission of the binary
code, and the interpretation of
them is carried out by the actual people on each side. Just like how real
communication works in a narrow sense. One person speaks, the words are
transmitted through the air medium as sound
waves, and the interpretation of the words are done by others who are
actually engaged in the
What we have done to emulate this is, we have let the person on one end to
write about oneself and made a button on the page for submission of what one
However, in doing so, the person at the end writting about onself will be
able to see the actual binary representation of what one is typing. Although
these are not the true
virtual keycodes that are generated by the keyboard, but they are binary
representations of what the
keycodes represent in the Operating System level (i.e. binary representation
of the ASCII code). When
the user clicks on the "send" button, what we receive is that same binary
representation of the key
strokes that that the user has made. Therefore, when we receive the binary
code we then interpret the binary code
ourselves. As a result, we have been able to elliminate the layer of
interpretation normally carried out by
the computer, and carried them out ourselves. This way the communication is
not carried out within a
virtual space, but rather at a more physical level. The fact that every
keystroke is logged in its raw form
contributes to making the communication more personal. (i.e. when a user
types a line and decides to erase that
line, the act of deleting is also logged to emulate behaviors like saying
one thing and then saying 'never mind'). Also, when
the webpage loads, we have tried to foreshadow the user of our intentions by
rendering a binary representation
of the task that we are asking the user to carry out as if they are binary
codes sent over the internet to
them. Then we have emmulated the computer interpretting the binary code into
characters, spelling out 'Tell me about
The reason why we asked them to "tell [us] about [themselves]" is to further
emphasize that we're seeking to recover the identity of individuals lost in
the virtual space. Since when
one is asked to talk about oneself one would be more likely to reveal the
Also, the binary representation of what the user is typing will fade away
with time to reveal what the computer's interpretation of the user input is.
From the visual design perspective we have tried to emmulate the look of a
primitive terminal that were around in earlier stages of the computer era,
when there were fixed width
characters on green monochrome monitors. The limitation of 5120bytes have
made us think of ways to create a
distinctive look without the use of any images. The binary codes overlapping
the computer's interpretation of user's
keystroke, and the way it becomes cracked by the faded out binary codes have
added to the overall
visual design in a very effective way.
By creating this web page, we'd like to educate the everyday people about
such interpretaion of the internet communication medium, and create an
awareness to the ever-growing internet
ventures to think of creative ways to take the human-level communication in
Entry number: 186 Size: 5116 bytes
By Mark Slater
The title of my website is, incidentally, "5K!", and
has to do with my firm belief that the web as we know it today will return
to the state it was in 1995. No, this is not an April Fool's Joke :-)
Entry number: 187 Size: 4922 bytes
By Michael Lascarides
It's a japanese landscape scroll, imparting some 5k design tips. Hope ya
Entry number: 188 Size: 5037 bytes
Piet Mondrian 5k Museum
By Matthew Hine
A small art gallery of the 20th century abstract painter Piet Mondrian.
Straight html, no client (or server) side scripting.
Entry number: 189 Size: 89302 bytes
A Typographic Tale
By Joris Bellenger
Entry number: 190 Size: 5104 bytes
By TSUNAMI multimedia
Entry number: 191 Size: 5019 bytes
By Ola Sevandersson
Entry number: 192 Size: 4869 bytes
Psalm in Red
By greenpig (apparently)
Reds, the color of anger and aggression, sharply contrast the message - implying "Do what I say, not what I do".
Entry number: 193 Size: 5120 bytes
By William O'Higgins
Here is my entry for the 5k contest. It consists of two pages
(index.html, 2.html), a graphic (title.gif) and a stylesheet
(5k.css). The pages validate to xhtml transitional, and the css
validates as well, so you should see what I see. As the titles of
the pages suggest, it is a little story about rather more than 5k.
Entry number: 194 Size: 4966 bytes
Around the world in 5kB
By Alexander Svensson
Entry number: 195 Size: 4492 bytes
By Beau Hartshorne
Entry number: 196 Size: 4482 bytes
By Falko Oldenburg
this is my 5k page. please dont feel offended by its corse interpretation
of the topic, but the idea was to tempting!
Entry number: 197 Size: 2697 bytes
Entry number: 198 Size: 5052 bytes
By Linus Boman
A brief experiment in web, compression and color.
Entry number: 199 Size: 5109 bytes
the incredible 5k flea circus
By David Rainbird (fibre)
Thrill to the death defying feat of the high-diving flea!
Entry number: 200 Size: 4818 bytes
By Simon Bennett
Entry number: 201 Size: 4995 bytes
By Danny Roelen - eXiD-esign
As you can see, my entry is completely designed in
It contains full animation and sound, incredible but true! I was inspired by and old 60's style radio, in a modern fashion along with
Entry number: 202 Size: 4888 bytes
By Fran Brennan
Entry number: 203 Size: 4893 bytes
By Ronny Scholz
Entry number: 204 Size: 5109 bytes
By Chat Clussman
An homage to my favorite poet and my favorite poem: "Fire and Ice" by Robert Frost.
Entry number: 205 Size: 3370 bytes
By Don Pollins
It is a take off of the famous Magritte painting.
Entry number: 206 Size: 3500 bytes
Prove the Infinite Monkey Theorem
By Lawrence McCartin
Entry number: 207 Size: 3007 bytes
By Lucas MacBride
When I think minimalism*, I think "Mondrian."
When I think minimal text, I think "Haiku."
Entry number: 208 Size: 4876 bytes
By Jenny Wren
Ridiculously obsessed with the number '5', this little site has 5 files, 5
colours (including black), and a style sheet constructed with dimensions in
5s or multiples of 5. It validates to XHTML 1.0 strict. The style sheet also
Entry number: 209 Size: 4661 bytes
By Wouter De Jong and Roy Tanck
We had this idea the day we entered our first project, so only a couple of days ago. We decided it would be kind of cool to do something "3D" in HTML. In it's current form this page is just a showcase, but we hope to develope this technique into a game of some sort in the near future :-)
Entry number: 211 Size: 2984 bytes
By Ron Lent
status bar animation controlled by moving your cursor over the links at the bottom of the page
Entry number: 212 Size: 2984 bytes
By Ron Lent
status bar animation controlled by moving your cursor over the links at the bottom of the page
Entry number: 213 Size: 1864 bytes
By Ron Lent
Entry number: 214 Size: 4867 bytes
The 5Klick game
By Shalini, Gayatri, Saurabh Vimal
Entry number: 215 Size: 314 bytes
doesn't quite fit in 5K
By Simon Garland
Entry number: 216 Size: 4965 bytes
By Steffen Gerlach
Entry number: 217 Size: 4251 bytes
By Ted Dunstone
Entry number: 218 Size: 4688 bytes
the whisper, Libelulla
By Pablo Soucy
I try to reflect one of the important aspects of the web: (Images, interesting content for learning purposes & of course links to other sites.)
Entry number: 219 Size: 335 bytes
By bill ehrhardt
Just a short page. Could be a timesaving measure.
Entry number: 220 Size: 5017 bytes
Entropy is growing
Entry number: 221 Size: 5118 bytes
By Balint Farkas
some chemical facts, more precisely the
periodic table itself
Entry number: 222 Size: 3638 bytes
- 5 -
By Florian Munz
Entry number: 224 Size: 995 bytes
By Florian Munz
a very small and fast startpage for all codewarriors out there
Entry number: 225 Size: 4409 bytes
Life @ infinity
By Ms. Geeta Sarcar
The page is a conceptual representation of life at
infinity..similar to the mathematical representations of
sin, cos, or tan theta at different values.
It is an attempt to depict life through the highs and lows of
the flow of the curve...the high signifying the
positive aspects of life and world in general; and the lows
depicting the darker shades of life.
The ideal is the balanced mid way...of equilibrium.
The mathematical operators are depicted through the signs and
their personality through the color assigned
to it. The symbol of addition is repesented by green and denoted
through the various implications that follow.
The symbol of subtraction is represented by black and depicts
the negativity of the character.
Blue being a cold color, depicts maturity, stability and hence
is chosen for the equal-to symbol.
As the curve lowers down, division is represented by red, a
color that is hot, stands for blood, strife and
represents the inherent strife that a division causes in life.
Finally, as we move ahead, a more enlightened
soul, one could depict the essence of multiplication, the
inherent joy that characterises the symbol through
yellow; for the brightness and radiance that is meant to be
The <alt> tags convey the flow through the highs and lows of the
implied curve depicted through the various
shades of the symbols themselves.
Entry number: 226 Size: 4996 bytes
The Amazing Maze
By Joris Rijpma
It took 6 hours to make (thinking, concept, building,
Entry number: 227 Size: 5069 bytes
Fairy Tales of the New Economy
By Joshua Lieb
A different one every time! Guarenteed! Unless you do it a billion
times, in which case you might see something familiar.
Entry number: 228 Size: 5097 bytes
Princess Rain 2000
By Lukas M–llersten and David N”svik
Princess Rain 2000 is highly interactive arcade like computer game bringing
creative combination with .gif graphics and animations. All in less than 5k.
- The game
-- Eat the princesses falling down from above by moving the dragon from
side to side using key ª5´ (left) and ª6´ (right) on your computer
-- You get 100 points for each princess you eat and reach a new level for
every 20 princesses you manage to eat.
-- The amount of princesses falling down at the same time increase for each
level you reach.
-- For each princess you fail to eat one dragon life is lost in the score
bar down to the left of the game area.
-- When reaching level 6 or higher a new dragon life is added for each
level you make.
Extra Feature: Dragon fire blow when reaching new level.
Start game by loading index.htm in a 4.x web browser.
Entry number: 229 Size: 4069 bytes
FRANCOFILES is a linx page to les cheesy
resources that you would love if you were French ;)
Entry number: 230 Size: 4774 bytes
ªsquares & lines´
By Andreas F¸nderich
Entry number: 231 Size: 5041 bytes
build your own Mondrian
By Cindy Tsutsumi- Producer, Travis McElhany- Art Director, Jamie Moore- Copy Writer
Entry number: 232 Size: 5095 bytes
By email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
A Doom like 3d maze, with texture mapped wall and floor sections. Ý Use the left, forward, and right cursor keys to move.
Notes: Ý Works in IE only (no space for NN braching and LAYERS code.
Entry number: 233 Size: 5000 bytes
By Marc Grobman
The 5KSCAToMatic is an interactive tool for the improvisationally impaired.
Entry number: 234 Size: 4131 bytes
It's All About Emperor Penguins
By Gina Perri
Everything you ever wanted to know about Emperor Penguins
(what they eat, mating, enemies etc..)
Entry number: 235 Size: 2946 bytes
Composition in Red, Yellow, and Blue by Piet Mondrian
By Annette Bonde
Entry number: 236 Size: 3647 bytes
Random Fractal Craziness
By Alex Reynolds
Entry number: 237 Size: 5009 bytes
By Markus Schiltknecht
My site is a presentation of CHTML, so I won't describe it
again. Since I'm from Switzerland, my native language isn't
english, but I tried my best...
Entry number: 238 Size: 3742 bytes
internet 451 finally feels it's time to believe the panicky, old timers when
they say that the internet is the tool of governmental satans and will
destroy the world as we know it and that the utopian community idea went
bust the second the first banner ad was uploaded.
Entry number: 239 Size: 3475 bytes
By Gyàrgy B…r…ny (somehow I think this is a Unicode-to-ASCII problem)
a little mathematical game, not very hard. 6 pages,
total size 3652 bytes.
Entry number: 240 Size: 4621 bytes
By Gyàrgy B…r…ny (somehow I think this is a Unicode-to-ASCII problem)
Who stole the tarts? A (very short) interative
detective story... situated in Wonderland. different endings depending
on your investigations.
Entry number: 241 Size: 3805 bytes
By Ed Stastny
Flippo is a soothing hypnotoy. Rub the frames,
click the frames, Flippo will respond semi-predictably. A slithering trail of interlocked pixelgrams will follow your mouse. Sometimes the pattern will dance randomly. Sometimes the pattern set, size and colour will change magically. Sculpt it to something pleasing, then destroy it. Enjoy.
Entry number: 242 Size: 3659 bytes
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By Jorn Barger
I had planned to go much farther but got interrupted today so it ends
abruptly without nearly using all 5k.