CSS House (The Internet)
CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a computer language used to describe the semantics, or presentation, of structured documents. CSS is used most often in HTML and XHTML pages to affect presentation elements such as the layout, colors, and fonts.
But CSS's limitations didn't stop designer Chris Hester from creating his very own CSS house--a depiction of a house designed exclusively with Cascading Style Sheets (no HTML).
Sure, you can't exactly live in Hester's CSS house (or in his second CSS house), but true geeks don't need functionality. After all, you're looking at a picture of a house created entirely without the use of images.