CSS Naked Day tomorrowTODAY!

We’ve had a number of CSS re-boots to show off our fancy CSS coding skills. Now it’s time to strip the layers off and show the bones of your code. April 5 has now been declared the official CSS Naked Day. Sites around the world, including this one, will shed the protective cover of CSS and expose their underlying semantic coding to the voyeuristic eyes of programmers.

Have fun everyone.

Published by Ted

Accessibility is more than making sure images have alternate text. I work with engineers, product managers, and designers to understand how accessibility impacts the users, set realistic deadlines, and create the solutions to provide a delightful experience to all users, regardless of their physical, sensory, or cognitive ability.

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  1. A brave move Ted, and one that I, and many other bloggers are sure to follow. The only problem I can see is that when moving between linked blogs one will now be lost very quickly as to which site we’re on. But it will certainly hightlight the flexibility of CSS đŸ˜€

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