/r/InternetIsBeautiful has shut down as part of the coordinated protest against Reddit's exorbitant new API pricing. Please don't message to request access. Details are available here: https://www.theverge.com/2023/6/5/23749188/reddit-subreddit-private-protest-api-changes-apollo-charges
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What to post:
Single purpose websites.
Minimal or beautifully designed websites.
Awesome websites that offer a unique service.
What NOT to post (detailed explanations can be found here):
Sites that are not unique.
Something everyone on the internet already knows about (e.g., Netflix, Khan Academy, etc.)
Something not unique (includes generators, blogs, tumblrs, etc.)
Web games. Post to /r/webgames instead.
Articles or videos.
Static images, gifs, animations that serve the same purpose of gifs or collections of either.
Sites that serve a political agenda or otherwise induce drama
Online stores, paid services, or sites which serve only to sell a specific product. Try /r/shutupandtakemymoney instead.
Sites that pose a potential security risk.
Websites that require a login or email address. Includes Facebook, Google+, or otherwise.
Websites that require a webcam.
Extensions, software, or other content which requires a download to use.
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If this subreddit for whatever reason fails to provide the interactivity you need, we also highly recommend a look at /r/interactivewebsites for a less diluted dosage of interactivity.
Was your post removed from here? Found a cool site that's not particularly unique or beautiful? Head on over to /r/InternetIsInteresting.
Make it mobile: /r/AndroidIsBeautiful/
Waste even more time: /r/InternetIsUseless