CSS Naked Day 2007

Things may not look pretty if you’re reading this on 05 April, but don’t worry, everything will be back to “normal” tomorrow. CSS Naked Day has rolled around again, and this is the second year I’m participating. Today and today only, I’m not concerned about margins and padding, positioning and color. What you’re seeing is the site as it is generated without Cascading Style Sheets.

Tomorrow, the pretty will return. For now, you get to see KJToo.com with its clothes off.

8 thoughts on “CSS Naked Day 2007”

  1. Cool. Kind of like what I did with WebFu – you can turn CSS off at anytime. And here I am, a web designer, and didn’t even know about CSS Naked Day. (sigh)

  2. Cool. Kind of like what I did with WebFu – you can turn CSS off at anytime. And here I am, a web designer, and didn’t even know about CSS Naked Day. (sigh)

    You know about it now, Howley, so get on the bandwagon!

  3. Cool. Kind of like what I did with WebFu – you can turn CSS off at anytime. And here I am, a web designer, and didn’t even know about CSS Naked Day. (sigh)

    You know about it now, Howley, so get on the bandwagon!

    {Insert poor excuse here about having edited website from work and why that would have been be bad}

  4. Cool. Kind of like what I did with WebFu – you can turn CSS off at anytime. And here I am, a web designer, and didn’t even know about CSS Naked Day. (sigh)

    You know about it now, Howley, so get on the bandwagon!

    {Insert poor excuse here about having edited website from work and why that would have been be bad}

    Wow, nested blockquotes don’t look very nice here. I’m going to have to do something about that.

    Excuse accepted, Greg.

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