You may notice that pretty much everything on the main page is a lie. This is intentional.
Q. But how can you have a .org if you aren’t legitimate?
A. Because literally anyone can register a .org domain.
This site is built largely as a wakeup call to teachers around America (and likely in other countries) that the TLD (the thing the website ends in,
.org, etc) doesn’t give any proof of it’s legitimacy.
CredibleSource.org is written and created by Zach Mertes and Daemon Schmidt. The entire website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license, meaning you can do whatever you want with it so long as you attribute and share alike. All of the things on this website, including fonts, are free (as in freedom) for anyone to use.
Jekyll, for making GitHub Pages a bit less awful to deal with