Is making a bare-bones blog with just HTML/CSS possible?

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  • mack-jones 2 months ago
    Hey guys, so I'm trying to make a blog right now and am having a little trouble.
    
    I've actually made a very basic version of what I want using premade html and CSS and then editing it but I'm still somewhat lost and am not even sure if using just those two things can even make a blog.
    
    I'm going for a super bare-bones, simple blog, with a home page showing my latest post(s) in full, and then an archive page showing links/titles of all past blog posts in chronological order (and then you can go to a page of one of them). [new projects in mulund](https://www.ashwinshethgroup.com/montana-new-residential-building-projects-in-mulund-west/)
    
    Is this even possible with just HTML/CSS? Could I add new blog posts with ease? It seems that all I'd have to do with each new one is to go into the code and simply add my text to the home page + create a new page for said post + add link to said page in my archives page. [flats in ghatkopar](http://www.hawareintelligentia.com/1-2-3-bhk-flats-for-sale-near-ghatkopar-in-vikhroli-east.html)
    
    I don't want to use a blog publishing service because it just looks too flashy for me and seems less professional to me than a simple homemade site. I don't like the scrolling and images and flashiness of those sites (however they're still great). [new projects in dadar](https://surajestate.com/new-projects-dadar-mahim.html)
    

    Hey guys, so I'm trying to make a blog right now and am having a little trouble.

    I've actually made a very basic version of what I want using premade html and CSS and then editing it but I'm still somewhat lost and am not even sure if using just those two things can even make a blog.

    I'm going for a super bare-bones, simple blog, with a home page showing my latest post(s) in full, and then an archive page showing links/titles of all past blog posts in chronological order (and then you can go to a page of one of them). new projects in mulund

    Is this even possible with just HTML/CSS? Could I add new blog posts with ease? It seems that all I'd have to do with each new one is to go into the code and simply add my text to the home page + create a new page for said post + add link to said page in my archives page. flats in ghatkopar

    I don't want to use a blog publishing service because it just looks too flashy for me and seems less professional to me than a simple homemade site. I don't like the scrolling and images and flashiness of those sites (however they're still great). new projects in dadar

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