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Votre page d'accueil vous représente sur le web, généralement tout en haut de votre domaine, avec votre nom et une représentation iconique, souvent balisée avec h-card, et assez souvent avec un ou plusieurs flux des sujets récents ou les publications les plus pertinentes marquées avec h-entry.

Pour les travaux sur la page d'accueil du site IndieWeb.org regardez :


Toutes les raisons sur pourquoi et plus encore.

Utilise votre domaine personnel pour posséder votre identité sur le web.

En rendant votre page d'accueil plus utile, vous vou sentirez plus motivé pour partager votre URL au lieu de vou contenter de votre pseudo Twitter ou tout autre profil sur un silo.

Comment faire

What should be on your indie web site home page?

À Propos de vous

Votre page d'accueil devrait avoir quelque information basique vous concernant :

Your home page is the URL you share with people, therefore it's useful to set it up with:

  • role - brief summary of what it is you do
  • discovery of what else you have on your site
  • Your local time
  • Last seen (last checkin/location post)
  • upcoming events
  • projects
  • disclosure - disclosures of various types, e.g. cookies or analytics tracking


Next, it's quite popular to have:

See the Stream of Updates below for some inspiration.

Archive Navigation

If you show a stream of recent posts on your home page, it may also be useful to show a small navigation interface for your archives.

More: archive navigation.


Among early 2000s bloggers it was popular to also have on your home page:

IndieWeb Examples

Simple Homepages

Some interesting indieweb home page examples of simple contact/about information (e.g. hCard), maps for location, live IM status etc. - probably worth expanding and document each of these:

That and most recent blog post:

That and occasional blog posts:

The https://bear.im homepage for Modèle:Bear has a super simple hCard and then links to the hFeed and a more substantive About page

Stream of Updates

All that and most of the content they post online as a stream:

Mixed/composite feed examples with complete posts:

Streams of partial posts / summaries:

Streams of only names/titles of posts:

Separate feeds:

Homepage Brainstorming

Things which could go on homepages which aren’t currently implemented, or are underimplemented. Sometimes there is an intent to implement.

  • payment links/buttons
  • local weather/daylight (extra context)
  • people I’ve mentioned recently
  • tags I’ve used recently
  • actions like subscribe, contact, add to address book
  • latest comments

I might be adding links to /me (my profile page) and /about (about the site, license info, powered by, hosted at, etc.) to my homepage. --Sandeep Shetty

Signed-in Features

When signed-in to your own site, it might be useful to have:

  • reader - integrated reader showing posts from others you follow


I did some homepage sketches/brainstorming here --Waterpigs.co.uk 14:32, 18 June 2013 (PDT)

Webmention to homepage

Webmentions sent directly to home pages could serve a number of use-cases:

Silo Examples

Silos don't technically give you access to their home page, but they do typically provide you with something resembling a home page, albeit typically at a path (not at the root), and they call it a profile. Though they really should be providing subdomains instead of profile paths.


As an example, Twitter let's you customize your profile page with:

  • icon - upload (min/max resolution/bytes?)
  • header image - upload (min/max resolution/bytes?)
  • bio - 160 character text field, @ and # auto-linked.
  • website - auto-linked URL
  • location - ??? character text field.


Articles et posts concernant le design de page d'accueil et ses fonctionnalités :

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