CSS Naked Day 09/04/2008

CSS Naked Day No fear about the word, no fear about how the site looks, this is how we (web standard lovers) celebrate the April 9 this year, it is called the CSS Naked Day.

Whats the point?

Nice question, celebrating the CSS Naked Day indeed it does have several points. One and main one is celebrating the Web standards day, the second reason is remind everyone about web standards and rebelling to all those that don’t follow the standards. Remember the old good days where layouts were based on tables? When CSS was not as important as flashing text and marquees.

Blog Herald has a nice question asking its readers, the same question I want to ask you. Aren’t you glad the Web looks better today?

Well we at xhtml coding are glad (hah) and/but we are going to celebrate the CSS Naked Day given the chance that this is our first year to celebrate together. How? Its simple, we won’t strip, we won’t literally get naked (so don’t hope for pictures or videos) we will simply get our layout naked and undress our CSS.

The idea behind this event is to promote Web Standards. Plain and simple. This includes proper use of (x)html, semantic markup, a good hierarchy structure, and of course, a good ‘ol play on words. It’s time to show off your <body>.

Its still cold over here, so we will get dressed again by tomorrow. Happy CSS Naked Day

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