A Call For Web Developers To Deprecate Their CSS

One less programming language = one less headache.

Jenn Schiffer
Jan 10, 2014 · 3 min read

If you can’t type code, you’re not coding. If you’re not coding, you’re not doing your job. Developers have been fired for this.

A Brief History

Using Node Instead of CSS

#gulp { 
color : #0000ff;
padding : 10px;
}
document.getElementById(‘gulp’).style.color=‘#00f’;
document.getElementById(‘gulp’).style.padding=‘10px’;

The Future of CSS


CSS Perverts

The most important articles about code and technology…

Jenn Schiffer

Written by

The Extremely Online and Incredibly Logged On Community Engineer of Glitch.com

CSS Perverts

The most important articles about code and technology you’ll ever read.

Jenn Schiffer

Written by

The Extremely Online and Incredibly Logged On Community Engineer of Glitch.com

CSS Perverts

The most important articles about code and technology you’ll ever read.

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