First Annual CSS Naked Day '06

Posted on April 05, 2006

Where's the style at? Dustin Diaz has announced the first annual CSS naked day. To participate, just remove the CSS styles from your site.

In the spirit of promoting Web Standards along with good semantic markup and proper hierarchy structures, April 5th will be a day of nakedness for all webmasters to remove their style sheets from their website for one day.

The idea is to promote the use of well-formed semantic mark-up, i.e. (X)HTML that makes sense asa a 'standalone' document, without the use of CSS stylesheets, Javascript and plug-ins.

Comments (8)

MiSHAK said

Hm... great idea. Lot of web'll ignore it...
Almost 99.9% :-)

Posted by: MiSHAK at April 5, 2006 12:41 PM .

MiSHAK said

Well it is such a great idea webs naked. Perhaps google adds you some penalty rating for word naked :-) and other webs will ignore it... almost 99.9%

Posted by: MiSHAK at April 5, 2006 12:43 PM .

bsn said

You don't worry too much about using the word 'naked' when you've got 'Spanking' in your title and your domain name. I expect to be disappointing a lot of porn fans from google in the near future. (whoops, I said 'porn'. Doh! I did it again!)

Posted by: bsn at April 5, 2006 12:51 PM .

naked mattiz said

he he... naked.. hö hö.. get naked.. höhö.. porn .. porno.. hö.. yeah, naked.. he he.. naked.

Posted by: naked mattiz at April 5, 2006 02:48 PM .

Wible said

I love this idea! It so clearly illustrates the importance of semantic markup. I expect I'm going to learn a big lesson today. Hmmm...

Posted by: Wible at April 5, 2006 03:03 PM .

barry said

good find tim.

Posted by: barry at April 5, 2006 03:24 PM .

Gomez said

test. test. Get naked.

Posted by: Gomez at April 6, 2006 09:41 AM .

harald Michel said


Posted by: harald Michel at April 7, 2006 10:06 AM .