Itty bitty sites are contained entirely within their own link. (Including this one!) This means they’re…
?Portable – you don’t need a server to host them
?Private – nothing is sent to –or stored on– this server
?Easy to share as a link or QR code
Itty bitty sites can hold about as much as a printed page, and there is a lot you can do with that:
Source: About itty.bitty.site
This is a pretty cool trick. When creating a website at itty.bitty.site, your content is compressed and encoded into a string appended to the end of the address. Here’s what the link looks like for Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country.:
When a user access the link, software at the itty.bitty.site uncompress the information and then displays the content.
The link can be shortened with any url shortener to make it easier to share.
Your page can be typed as is, or you can use HTML to provide formatting. The entire page is contained in the URL, nothing is stored on any server nor are there anything like databases or tracking involved.
A QR code can also be created to the web page, right from the interface.
This is cool way to instantly share information to a class or group, including links. Other uses include posting more information to Twitter without resorting taking a picture of the text. Another use would be for students learning HTML, itty.bitty.site gives the student a way to create HTML and share it with anyone.