In principle, this website should be accessible via one of the existing public IPFS gateways, but in our testing this has proven unreliable (the symptom is a “gateway timeout”). A better way — also in terms of doing it local-first — is to access this website on your local machine instead. All this takes is a running IPFS daemon.
The second one will start the IPFS node that you need to keep running in order to access the website.
Once your IPFS daemon is running you can access data on IPFS using HTTP on
Since this site is built with
docusaurus it needs to live at the root of its webserver.
Luckily, the IPFS daemon supports this by resolving content identifiers (which is a hash of the file contents you want to access) from the used hostname.
The link on the front page therefore points to a URL like
If you want to make sure to keep this site’s files around even when the IPFS daemon performs its internal garbage collection, you should pin the hash from the URL
bafybeifjnre4ztf5xnemdnobnzyvvpftgypuvymhjgkzm4l233ixlc4ujm in this case).
Once this is done, you can access the whole site without needing access to the internet.