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CSS Naked Day
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CSS Naked Day
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CSS Naked Day
On April 5th, simply remove all CSS from your website, stripping it entirely of its design. Promoting web standards, plain and simple.
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CSS Naked Day
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CSS Naked Day
On April 5th, simply remove all CSS from your website, stripping it entirely of its design. Promoting web standards, plain and simple.
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CSS Naked Day
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