If you happen to stumble upon our blog on Arpil 5th, you may notice that the site doesn’t look quite right. That’s because we’ve turned off our CSS for the day.

Css refers to the “Cascading Style Sheet“. This CSS file contains all the information about the presentation of our blog. Colours, font size, font types, width of columns, etc… It’s all in there. By turning off the css we’re showing you our “body”. Yes its a bit goofy, but the idea behind this is to promote Web Standards. This includes proper use of (x)html, semantic markup, a good hierarchy structure. In other words, without the css, you should still be able to figure out the site and navigate through it.

Don’t worry, the site will be pretty on the 6th.