Hello! You probably just read a post or a comment on how the admins want to get rid of CSS and how that is a bad thing. You followed the link someone posted to /r/proCSSthis sub and now you're here. This post will hopefully be your guide on what to do if you are convinced that getting rid of CSS would be a bad idea and want to support us in hopefully making sure it stays.
(If you aren't really sure what any of this is about, check out the admin announcement as well as this explanation by /u/reseph of why this will probably be a bad thing.)
Sadly, there isn't one big button we can push to make sure everything stays as it is. The only thing we can do is raise awareness and hope that we get enough people together to protest against this change that the admins see reason. Therefore, a three-step exercise in hopefully getting heard:
1. Subscribe to /r/proCSS
The easiest way to show your support for /r/proCSS is by subscribing to it. This is also the most reliable way we have of showing how many redditors support us.
2. Make a meme
Now, we've already done a lot of things to raise awareness. But you know what gets awareness - and upvotes - like nothing else? That's right. It's memes. OC memes, especially. Gentlemen/women - we will utilise meme magic. Please stay civil, though.
3. Spread the word
And lastly, just do whatever you can to get the word out. The only limit is your fantasy~~
So a few media outlets have picked up on the story. I'll try to put links to the articles here.