There's not much here for a browser like yours but you can try these.
If you're browsing with Netscape 1.1 you're in luck: some of these sites were made expecially for it!
- Church, The ~ of the Multiple Body Tag ()
The Church of the Multiple Body Tag is a tribute to the capability of Netscape 1.1 to handle multiple body tags in HTML 3.
You will have to start up dear old Netscape 1.1 to experience The Church of the Multiple Body Tag. The URL is: http://www.zuper.com/ portfolio/real_church/
- Design Instiutute, Netherlands
Since March 1996, when this site was published, the Netherlands Design Institute has complete redesigned its interface. Here\'s the original version.
- Group Z, Belgium ()
Group Z, Belgium is a collective of eleven artists who have started working together in 1993. Most of their current work is digital and some of it is put on line by Zuper! They believe the World Wide Web is a medium that can be used for artistic creation, not just for reproduction and merchandising of art.
Their works include "Home" (May 1995) and "Virgin/Sucker" (June 1995), both made for Netscape 1.1.
- ISDM ()
ISDM version 1 was built specifically for Netscape 1.1. It uses multiple body tags, which were no longer allowed by later versions of Netscape Navigator. Here\'s the original version (with small adaptations to be more or less visible through other browsers). You won\'t see everything if you don\'t look at it with Netscape 1.1.
You may also want to take a look at the very first ISDM 0 or at the drafts for what never became ISDM 2.
Celebration of the birth of my son Marcel.
- Posi-Web, The
The Posi-Web is an idea of Jef -FFF- Morlan\'s. It is intended neither as a design project nor as a work of art. Instead it is an exploration of the daily life & thoughts of a global community. It is completely decentralized since there are as many entrances to it as people involved in it. And everybody can join.
- Work, other ()
Radio Fantastiek: first commercial interface I designed for the worldwide Web.
Futplex is a text editor for multiple on line users. It consists of server scripts and html code. So you only need a web browser to use it.
I made two designs for interfaces for this program: one for BVE for the Digital City of Amsterdam and one for Dome, the Doors of Perception 3 website for the Netherlands Design Institute.
Previous Zuper! home sites include Fax, Spring, At the butcher's, Bloody Fascist and Abstract Unexpressionism.
Mail Zuper!-Man: firstname.lastname@example.org.