Let’s Get Naked


To celebrate the third annual CSS Naked Day, WPCandy has gone naked. I have temporarily removed our stylesheet to honor Web designers and Web standards. In fact, if you personally know a Web designer, thank him/her today!

“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 .”

What does this have to do with WordPress? Not much, actually. Except that quite a few blogs (powered by WordPress) that I read have participated in this event. I thought I’d make a post just to notify you guys that WPCandy participated in this event and we didn’t just delete our stylesheet by accident.

7 thoughts on “Let’s Get Naked

  1. That was an interesting event to partake in. I am now really thankful for CSS, even more so than before. I actually had trouble reestablishing the style sheets to the blog and had to restore them from a backup. Yeow! Your blog didn’t look all that bad without the stylesheets.

  2. YAY Mikey! … Well yea I did enter my sites in CSS Naked Day I heard it from my friend …. I thought it was kinda funny so I decided to enter. Glad you did too.

  3. I admit when I saw it last night I was about to send you a tweet and tell you somethings wrong with your page, until I saw your post lol πŸ˜€

  4. Thank god you put your CSS back on, its fun for a short while but design is a good thing πŸ™‚ I feel very scared and alone when I see a site without its clothes on…

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