You can get rid of the off-page links into your site if you want to mess with gulp, npm, or any of those other pipelines to build into your own file structure, but I find it easier to just use the official CDN that hosts those resources for something simple that isn't highly customized. You end up iust having to add some different class names and changing the structure for the menu (which was an optional flair I tossed on there). My biggest issues were the table cells blending into the background and default font, size, and a tags.
I'll take a look at the changes, and see if it's easier for me to read. So far, you seem to have the most comprehensive list of recipes I've found, I just wanted to help make them more accessible and competitive with the flashier sites (that have less content).
Looks quite a bit better on my phone, but can't check desktop until later. I can't see what you're doing with the CSS this time around, but the table seems fixed width, so my phone is not playing nicely. But, on a normal size screen that won't be an issue, so you probably don't want to have to mess with making flexboxes or grids unless your analytics says that more users are on mobile platforms than desktops (which is probably not the case).
Thanks for making such quick changes!
Last edited by Thoughtcrime; 26/09/17 04:20 PM.