position: absolute goes nude

April 5th, 2007 by Jerome Dahdah

cssnakedday07.gifYup, you read correctly. It’s CSS Naked Day, where sites all across the intarwebs drop their pants and go nude for a day. The point? To promote web standards, proper markup and a clean semantic structure of content. And since we’re firm believers in all of that, position: absolute is joining in on the fun. You’ll note that position: absolute is still completely accessible without all the pretty pixels, and that pretty much sums up why web standards are a Good ThingTM. Text/Braille readers and search engines see it this way pretty much every day.

Our stylesheets are now getting a long deserved back rub, having a few drinks and catching up on the latest episodes of Scrubs. They’ll be back tomorrow, so until then, have a look around and let us know how it went!

Update 2007-04-06: And we’re back to full style glory!

4 Responses to “position: absolute goes nude”

  1. cram says:

    Ihhhhhhhhh! also nackt bist du hässlich! ich aber auch.

  2. Jerry says:

    I’m beautiful. :(

  3. joao says:

    yes you are! ;)

    *trys to hold up to 200 crazy girls*

  4. Jerry says:

    Haha, thanks. ;)

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