Need help with something specific? Want to learn more about web design, networking, and technology? Then you have come to the right place! In this library of resources, you will be able to find all sorts of informative tutorials and creative materials that will not only help enhance your experience in Asveora but improve your tech literacy too which means that you can use these skills for plenty of things beyond Asveora! Featured below is the entire index of available guides and modules. Some have been designed with specific CMS (Content Management Systems) in mind, but can be edited to work in different environments if you know how to infer or manipulate them. Select listed items to view or download them.

Table of Contents

Asveora Design Blocks
Asveora Framework
Asveora Local Data Names
Asveora Model Components
Asveora Network Layers
Communication Protocols
Content Management
Government Information
Matrix Home Servers
Theme Store Selections

Asveora Design Blocks

Asveora Design Blocks are modules of code and media files that are built to be dragged and dropped / copy and pasted directly into the Asveora framework. Modules are of a wide variety and can be stylization features, widgets, accessories, interactive features, and more! If you are seeking further information regarding the code of design blocks or how they are made, we recommend taking a look into MDN Web Docs or W3Schools, two comprehensive libraries of web development topics that offer detailed guidance with simple steps to follow!

Article Page Boundaries
Audio Music Player Bar
Background X-Scrolling
Flipping Image Card
Full Div Wide Background
High Definition Favicon
Image Content Flex Grid
Persistent Navigation Bar
Specific Page Backgrounds

Asveora Framework

The Asveora Framework is a composed of two XML files that give Asveorans the foundation for constructing an Asveoran site. The foundation can be used to build user profiles, wheelcore cores, landhubs, and other types of web structures. The framework is recommneded for those who want all of the model components pre-configured together but want to have the freedom to put in their own design blocks and content.

ASVFRW v0.0 Version-Name
ASVFRW v1.0 Construct

Asveora Local Data Names

Asveora Local Data Names are a collection of essential files and folders which have been made for new Asveorans who are looking for a pre-configured template for building a user profile and a pre-configured file tree structure for storing user data such as blogs, themes, buttons, and more. This is only recommended to Asveorans who want to dive straight into building an user profile with some preset design blocks and content.

ASVLDN v0.0 Version-Name
ASVLDN v1.0 Construct

Asveora Model Components

Asveora Model Components are modules of code that make up the Asveora framework. It is simply the Asveora framework split into separate distinct regions that can be downloaded individually. These components were made in case an user accidentally corrupted a part of the framework file and does not want to have to replace the entire framework and risk losing all of their coded additions or comb through the framework looking for the curruption painstakingly. The model components are also used to update the framework in-between releases. If you are just starting out with Asveora, it is advised that you download the complete framework rather than try to build it from scratch with the model components as it leaves more room for error if you do not know what you are doing.

ASVMC01 - Direct
ASVMC02 - Define
ASVMC03 - Studio
ASVMC04 - Figure
ASVMC05 - Outlet
ASVMC06 - Sketch

Asveora Network Layers

The Asveora network (also colloquially known as the "Asveoraverse") is made up of two different layers. The outer layer, known as "Outer Space" serves as the lithosphere of the network. It is the network's surface where web apps such as landhubs, profile spaces, community plazas, featured content pages, blogs, wheelcores, etc. can be found via an internet search engine. The inner layer, known as "Inner Space" serves as the network's mantle and core. It is composed of chat clients and protocols (such as Matrix, Revolt, Conduit, Tox, XMPP, IRC, Signal, etc.) which handle all of the real time communication and connections of the network. Outer Space web apps such as landhubs, wheelcores, profile spaces, etc. have Inner Space counterparts that they work together with to bring Asveora to life.

Communication Protocols

All Asveorans are advised to disable the identity server option on their matrix account in the general settings to avoid being discovered by [public] matrix. Public discoverability on matrix can be problematic since, despite being moderated, anonymous trolls and bad actors regularly abuse the power of decentralization to make themselves a nuisance.

It is FORBIDDEN to use your Asveora matrix account to explore the world of [public] matrix as it may make you and other Asveorans vulnerable to malicious figures. Instead if you would like to explore [public] matrix and contact those outside of the Asveora network, sign up for a matrix account that is entirely unassociated with your Asveora presence. If you do run into trouble on matrix with your Asveora account or accidentally find yourself in the public ends of matrix, immediately request in Asveora to generate a new APC (Asveora Profile Code) and seek support with the problem.

Once an Asveoran has been verified through the matrix communication protocol (see join for more details) they are free to use other communication protocols such as XMPP, IRC (Internet Relay Chat for those who roll Old-School), WebRTC (this is what Discord runs on), etc. Below is a list of communication protocols that can be used for hosting group chats, forum hubs, community spaces, and other communication structures.

Simple, fast and reliable chat server powered by Matrix that is an alternative to Synapse.

Sleek and modern IRC client with cross-platform connectivity and ease of use.

Open standard for interoperable, decentralised, real-time communication. Has an incredibly wide variety of clients such as Element, Cinny, FluffyChat, Mirage, Miitrix, SchildiChat, etc.

Open-source, self-hostable online chat service with file sharing, search, and integrations.

Free, open source, low latency, high quality voice chat application with messaging.

An open source version of Discord that is more customizable and user focused.

Omnichannel platform made for expansive communities and team collaboration.

Encrypted messaging service for instant messaging, voice, and video calls.

Interconnected service network managed by the end users for easy communication.

Originally known as "Fosscord", this is another direct open source alternative to Discord.

End-to-end-encrypted messaging, conferencing, file exchange, and more.

Content Management

A Content Management System (CMS) is local computer software or an online service that grants an user the ability to manage the creation and modification of digital content. There are Content Management Systems dedicated to different types of content such as videos, images, music, websites, and more. Website Content Management Systems can make the process of building websites much easier and it is advised that you become familiar with one in addition to learning how to do web coding from scratch. File Hosting (FH) services do just what the name implies. They host files on the web. These are important for obtaining direct links to media content that some CMS do not store natively. For example, Blogger does not allow for users to directly upload MP3 files.

Below is a list of suggested website CMS and file hosting services in order from the most beginner friendly / least expensive to the most advanced / most expensive based on learning curves, features, and complexity. Levels are represented on a scale of five stars. Blogger is the recommended choice for those who want to get a handle on web coding from the ground up while having a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) reference. It is not advised to solely rely on the features of WYSIWYG editors as knowing how to work with HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, etc. is essential for working with or making more complex web objects. Remember that CMS are for building sites and FH are for storing files on the web.

Weebly (CMS)
Weebly is for those new to web design who want basic visual experimentation.

MediaFire (FH)
MediaFire is a file hosting service with low monthly costs which can be billed yearly.

Wix (CMS)
Wix is the more beginner-friendly option of Editor X that allows for easy visualization.

MEGA is a file hosting service with a heavy emphasis on keeping your files private.

Blogger (CMS)
Blogger is a simple CMS that provides easy access to editing the code of a website.

Neocities (CMS)
Neocities is a static website builder that provides tools to craft a unique experience.

Editor X (CMS)
Editor X is a more advanced CMS than Wix that allows for more complex grid work.

Webflow (CMS)
Webflow is a powerful no-code website builder where the code can be exported.

WordPress (CMS)
WordPress is a flexible CMS that is open source but requires more maintenance.

HUGO is a markdown static site builder that takes some know-how to get started.

MODX is a very complex open source CMS with web app frameworks and hosting.

Joomla (CMS)
Joomla is an advanced open source CMS with many web content applications.

Drupal (CMS)
Drupal is an extremely powerful CMS that is with complex development options.

Government Information

The Asveora Government is a mixed democracy composed of five different assemblies that all have different checks and balances. From top to bottom there is the Executive Assembly, Administrative Assembly, Moderative Assembly, Supervisory Assembly, and then the Common Assembly. So, let's run over the basics of each one and see who is currently serving!

Executive Assembly - tasked with protecting and overseeing Asveora's core. They are responsible for ensuring the network's security, stability, and operation. They also make sure that the will of the populace is being implemented exactly as the public wants by the Administrative Assembly. They are the last line of defense and the guiding hand in reserve.


Administrative Assembly - Responsible for ensuring that the will of the populace is being implemented. They report any network functionality problems straight to the executive fold and act as the third line of defense.

exotic stream
Silent Unit

Moderative Assembly - Second line of defense that also act as arbiters and peace keepers. They ensure that everyone is getting along well and work to resolve any bumps in the road. Moderators require a lot of people skills, patience, and the attributes of a counselor / advisor.

Dream Cannon

Supervisory Assembly - The constant eyes and ears on the ground, reporting any potential issues to the Moderative Assembly. Any Asveoran can technically do what those in the Supervisory Assembly do (and it is encouraged!), but those in the Supervisory Assembly are tasked with doing what they do on a consistent basis and are mandated to report problems.

Elon Satoshi
Proud Mew

Common Assembly - The general populace of Asveora that the other assemblies serve on a regular basis. All Asveorans are a part of this assembly by default as it comes with the rights of their digital citizenship. This assembly holds the most power thanks to the democratically decentralized nature of Asveora. The people come first!

Matrix Home Servers

This is an index of recommended Matrix homeservers that have been vetted for their safety and authenticity. Not all matrix homservers are made equal of course. It is also possible to run your own Matrix homeserver! Instructions on doing so can be found here, but beware, it is quite sophisticated! This is why it is recommended to just use a pre-existing homeserver to create your communcations presence rather than run a homeserver from scratch. Avoid registering a communications presence on [] because it is incredibly strained and has many issues regarding speed and reliability.

Homeserver - Location - Germany - Iceland - United States - Germany - Germany

Theme Store Selections

Welcome to the Theme Store! This is where Asveorans can download community crafted themes to use with their profile spaces, landhubs, and more! If you would like to submit your own theme to the growing library, be sure to join the Asveora Forums community!

Name of Theme - Application
Azure Foundry - Profile Space
Discord Dark Mode - Profile Space
Elegant Midnight - Profile Space
Matrix 1999 Remix - Profile Space
Windows XP Classic - Profile Space