LL is a html-template-like language that had database functions before PHP
added SQL support in 1998.
LL is a single binary with a second binary for form submits and
database manipulation. LL has customized functions (such as
website to single character converter).
LL is still very useful in that it is extremely efficient
resource-wise allowing even a virtual website (using its own domain name
rather than host domain name)
to handle a huge number of hits. In fact, webpages
written in LL often profile as using less CPU than a static
copy of the same webpage.