First Annual CSS Naked Day on April 5

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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) have become an integeral part of professional web designing. What will happen if you decide to remove your css stylesheets and all css coding from our website design!

First annual CSS naked day is happening on April 5th, 2006. The idea behind this event is to promote Web Standards, proper use of xhtml / html, semantic markup, and a good hierarchy structure. Initiated byDustin Diaz, On April 5, 2006 – a large number of webmasters will remove their style sheets from their website for one day and display on top of their sites that they are supporing theCSS Naked Day.

They even have php tricks to automate this process on your website every year. You too can participate, by posting in thier comments, get listed and remove all CSS from your website for one day and test your professional web designer skills.


3 comments on “First Annual CSS Naked Day on April 5

  1. Tony says:

    I think this is a *horrible* idea. I’m a huge advocate of web standards, but I strongly believe this campaign is misguided.

    The only people who will “get” what’s going on are standards advocates…it’ll be preaching to the choir.

    Everyone else will simply see what they believe is a “broken” site, or simply an ugly/plain one. If they’re a first-time visitor, they may never return.

    This is NOT the best way to get the word out about standards…

  2. Vamsi says:

    well, i dont like the css naked idea. but i love this day and here is the reason.

  3. Mike says:

    I’m with Tony, I wouldn’t want any of my sites to appear for even a day without the visual appeal that css adds for them. This isn’t because I don’t support standards, I certainly support them and try to make sure I always meet their requirements. I suspect 99% of the browsing community though, won’t be interested in the least about why a site is ugly, they’ll just click right on by.

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