CSS Naked Day

As a challenge to web-geek types, Dustin Diaz has proposed the challenge to turn off CSS for a day. CSS is what gives many websites their colors and layouts. Once that is gone users can see the page the same way a blind person’s screen reader software does, which is incidentally the same way Google, Yahoo!, MSN (and many other services) see it. The theory is that you should be able to use a site just as well whether it’s visually styled or not.

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