links. If it is not, and it's possible to fix the issue then your website sucks.
As for the philosophy for the website itself, the website should be clean, minimal and easy to navigate. No ads, no trackers, no spyware, nothing. Just text and occasionally images transmitted through the internet. The website should also work nicely with extensions such as Vim Vixen and Vimium, or web browsers like Qutebrowser. For simplicity, PHP is used to insert the header and footer into every page, allowing changes to be made to the header and footer that appear everywhere. For collaboration, a simple Git repository is used, where people can create issues and submit pull requests.
External fonts have also been thrown in the trash. Having to load the same old fonts from an external source every time is a massive waste, and actually gives the user less freedom over his or her websites should look. You should be able to style my website client side however you wish. Therefore your web browser's default Monospace font is used to display the site.
A minimal look is also used almost everywhere. A good example of this is the menu/bar at the top. It just has some links to pages you might want to see, and that's it. A gray, dark colorscheme is also used, with some minimal blue accent here and there. I think this design does a good job at representing the minimal philosophy and anti bloat stance.