I definitely thought about it… but I ultimately decided that I didn’t like associating "totally busted websites" with "css" in peoples minds was a good thing. I know it’s to raise awareness and all that, but I just wasn’t convinced this was a good way to do that. Just like I don’t think stopping traffic downtown is a good way to disagree with war.
What I found interesting was that many of the participants when having their css removed, showed their websites to be poorly coded and inaccessible. A sizeable number didn’t actually remove their CSS at all (even allowing for time-zone differences) and piggy-backed the event for a cheap back-link. All in all I appreciated the sentiment of this naked-day but don’t know how useful it’ll be ultimately.
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