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CSS Naked Day

5th Apr 2007

I'm taking part in CSS Naked Day. I think CSS Naked day is a good excuse to configure your browser so that the default rendering of things is aesthetically pleasing to you. At the very least, choose a font that doesn't look like ass when rendered on screen — I'm looking at you, Times New Roman — and possibly set the font size to something you can read comfortably.

For those few that it may interest, I currently have my browser's default font set to 13px Calibri, with monospaced stuff in 13px Consolas. I took a bit of a liking to Microsoft's new font families.


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    Cool.. there's even a Ruby plugin for it! I'd take part but since I'm remote from my own computer and I'm meant to be working on an assignment I'm afraid I'll have to pass .. shame I didn't know about it earlier. :/
    By Draconid at 07:47 am on 5th Apr 2007
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      I was quite amused to find that doing this on LiveJournal was pretty-much as simple as making a user layer containing:

      function print_stylesheet() {}

      I had to hack a little bit more because my layout here does some bizarre-o local CSSing, but that was basically it.

      By Martin Atkins at 06:31 pm on 5th Apr 2007