CSS Killswitch – (funny) strategy to deal with bad clients for web designers

CSS Killswitch lets you non- destructively black out a difficult client’s website with the click of a button since as they say “Because sometimes, no matter how diplomatic you are, people are… well… mean.”

I say this is a funny strategy because of course its practical effect is limited (there’s no magic so it can be annoying for a while but the client can end up figuring out how to avoid the black out).

However since it seems that it’s a legal move it may be enough to convince your client that paying is in the end a better option.

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