While my own solution is specific to Kirby CMS, two great alternatives for self-hosted “website strike” banners have been shared - both great options to join the #globalclimatestrike with privacy-friendly, technically independent solutions:
A Wordpress plugin
“Webrocker” Tom created a port of the CMS-router-based solution to Wordpress; a simple plugin that even takes into account caching and features configuration settings.
Self-hosting the “official” banner
To replicate this solution, incl. disabling the Google tracker:
- Save and copy index.html, the logo and widget.js into a folder on your server, e.g.
- Then save and copy katwijk-mono-bold-web.woff2 and greve-800-web.woff2 into subfolder
/fonts/of that folder.
- Lastly include the following HTML near the bottom of your website template, replacing
PATHwith the URL of the folder with the cloned files:
My personal preference is on the server-side solution, while the banner widget is admittedly more refined (and creates awareness in the run-up to the event). Ultimately, all of these are just means to an end - if you want to join the global climate strike on the web, choose whatever works best for you!
- globalclimatestrike.net has in the meantime released their own Wordpress plugin as well, but it loads the banner remotely and by default contains a Google Analytics tracker unless manually disabled.↩
- Instructions for self-hosting have since been added to the official code repository as well, but those require experience with, and use of, Git repositories.↩