In case you couldn’t tell, this site is a spoof of academic articles, many of which are traditionally crafted using the wonderfully elegant LaTeX documenet markup language.
This site’s document structure is a painstaking CSS recreation of the LaTeX standard
article document class, using the exact underlying specs for type sizes, and eyeballed margins and spacing. It also uses the LaTeX default typeface, Latin Modern, which I’ve always loved.
This being the future, it should go without saying that everything passes the standard validators, linters, and hinters (HTML5, CSS3, JSHint), incorporates semantic web metadata, and uses other untestable best practices.