What was Jabin's Tech?

Jabin's Tech was my attempt at a technology blog. I was writing tutorial articles for it, but then I got bored. I didn't get bored of tech stuff, I got bored of writing articles. My website was unused for months. I've been meaning to re-do my whole website for a while, but never really got around to it, until recently.

All of my articles that I wrote when this was still a blog are available here. I backed up the old home page to my GitHub pages site, but kept all of the articles and images it depended on on this same site, so they're still accessible. I still might make technology blog type things on this website, but definitely not as frequently as actual technology expert blog websites like ZDNet and How To Geek.

May 20, 2023

Here's what software I use for my website.

My website was originally created on Windows 11 with a template from https://html5-templates.com/ and Notepad++. I recently completely replaced Windows with Linux on my computer, so I had to change software a little bit. Notepad++ isn't supported on Linux, but there's an alternative, Notepadqq. Notepadqq was very buggy with my theme, making some buttons unreadable. I uninstalled it and installed Visual Studio Code instead.

For hosting, I use a domain I purchased for very cheap on Google Domains ($1/month or $12/year) and I connected it to a GitHub repository with Pages enabled containing the files for my website. I use GitHub Desktop on Linux (it's not officially supported so I'm using an unofficial version) to make changes locally.

May 20, 2023

Here's what software I use on my PC

Why not, here you go

About Jabin's Tech

Yes, this is the same exact thing as on the home page.

I'm Jabin - a 14-year-old who does technology stuff all the time. I make lots of projects on Scratch, I'm learning new programming languages, and more. Jabin's Tech was originally created in December of 2021, as a technology blog. I posted articles with tutorials and reviews. When I started, I knew almost no HTML or CSS. My website was built using a website builder called Weebly. Weebly required a subscription to connect my website to my domain, and, even with paying them to connect my domain, they had annoying Weebly branding all over my website, and still limited my use of features. I had enough, cancelled my Weebly subscription and started building my website with HTML and publishing it with GitHub pages. Now I have so much freedom for what to put on my website!