PRAISE ODIN! The Havamal in JavaScript

Here’s a quick little project I made using normal JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS.

Havamal in JavaScript
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This was a quick fun project. I copied the text from the University of Pittsburg’s page and used regular expressions to convert it into a JavaScript array.

When I started, that was going to be the extent of the project. Once I committed it to GitHub, I decided it would be cool to display it in a modern way because… it’s weird seeing ancient texts displayed in a modern way.

Thank you:

The University of Pitsburg provided the text of the Havamal which I converted to a JavaScript array.

It’s mobile responsive thanks to the Skeleton framework.

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