We are not prepared to lose custom CSS

As I’m sure some have noticed, /r/procss is currently a trending subreddit, and /r/wow has added a ProCSS link to our sidebar.A few days ago, Reddit announced that custom CSS for subreddits is to be deprecated and eventually removed. There are a number of reasons given, but they've not persuaded much of the /r/wow team nor the wider moderator community. It's clear that the primary reason is that the amount of people viewing Reddit on mobile devices, either through apps or via the mobile version of the site, is now over 50% and rising. Custom CSS does not and cannot apply for either of these, and often leaves features for those users missing, like flair icons, menus, or banners.We're told that this functionality will be replaced by cross platform solutions, which is great, but we don't think that anything can replace the scale and flexibility that custom CSS offers us. In effect, Reddit will be lowering the experience of the desktop version so that it meets the experience of mobile, instead of embracing the strengths and weaknesses of each.Without our custom CSS, I would not be able to say [Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker]./r/wow is not prepared to lose custom CSS, and we hope you'll stand with us.Finally, I'd like to take the opportunity to ask for feedback about our stylesheet. What you like and what you don't like; what changes and improvements can be made. For as long as we still have custom CSS, I'd like ours to be as good as it can be.The /r/wow moderator team