25 years ago, the World Wide Web didn’t exist. For all the good (and bad) it has brought we owe a its inventor—Tim Berners-Lee—the biggest of pats on the back. Good job, Tim. If you’d like to find out how it all began, check out Wikipedia, read this news article, or even watch this YouTube video.

But you’re not here for that, no siree. Hit the jump to view a 30-second clip of a website model involuntarily dancing to Technotronic’s Pump Up the Jam.

It ends too soon, doesn’t it? If you’d like to try your hand at it, follow these steps:

On google chrome
Open the page with the model in a new tab
Open the youtube link in a new tab
Make sure the song is playing
On the tab with the model, hit F12 and click on the “Console” tab
Copy the following:
var prev = null;

setInterval(function(){
var lis = $('div.colors').find('li');
var lisLen = lis.length;

do {
var next = parseInt(Math.random() * (lisLen - 1));
} while(next == prev);

prev = next;

$(lis[next]).trigger('click');
}, 125/240 * 1000);

Paste it into the console and press enter once, in time with the beat

[via Reddit]