Let’s get naked

Today is CSS Naked Day 2010, hopefully many websites will participate and deactivate their styling as I did with this blog. The idea behind CSSND is to promote web standards and proper, semantic markup.

This blog with and without Cascading Style Sheets on the CSSND.

This blog with and without Cascading Style Sheets on the CSSND.

In my opinion web standards such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) tremendously evolved over the last years. Where I used images and tables years ago in order to achieve a proper site layout I can simply use CSS nowadays. In my current project I go even forward and implement transitions, rotations and semi-perspective alignment in a consistent, declarative way.

For a single day, I will deactivate CSS to honor these achievements. Thank you – Håkon Wium Lie, the W3C and the early adopting web community!

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Writing an article like the one you have just read takes me quite an amount of my personal time. Way too often, I invest this time in different interests and decide against another blog post. On the other hand, you can motivate me with your feedback, your thoughts and your ideas. Please leave a comment below or flattr this post if you think it's worth it.

Comments

  1. Taylor says:

    Hey Everybody, Dustin kinda dropped the ball on keeping Naked CSS Day current so I took control of it.
    The new link is http://naked.threepixeldrift.com/

    Just though you might want to know. :)

  2. Thank you for the hint, Taylor. I will attend again, of course. Any opinions on a twitter account or #hashtag?

  3. [...] I am switching off the styling of my blog to celebrate the Naked CSS Day 2011. Similar to last year, I am participating in this annual event to promote web standards and proper, semantic markup. My [...]

  4. Jannika says:

    I appreciate you taking to time to cotrnibtue That’s very helpful.

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