Wired News: A Site for Your Eyes

Wired News has switched over to an all-out XHTML/CSS layout.

This is a great piece of news for anyone that’s interested in pushing for the adoption of Web Standards.

It’s about time we had a high-profile poster boy for lean, mean, tableless sites. A List Apart has had to shoulder the responsibility for far too long.

There’s a new article up at Wired News explaining the many benefits of using CSS for layout. Hopefully this will serve as an inspiration to other site owners.

I remember the flood of CSS based layouts on personal sites following the big change over at A List Apart. It would be great if we saw another wave of standards compliant designs, this time by news sites.

Have you published a response to this? :


Fabio Venni

oh man, I remember viewsourcing the s—- out of it! 😊


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Previously on this day

18 years ago I wrote Dan Brown

All that talk of Baltimore has prompted me to do something I’ve meaning to do for a while. I want to direct your attention to the website of my best buddy in Baltimore, Daniel Brown.

18 years ago I wrote The Science Behind the Song Stuck in Your Head

A bouzouki playing researcher (the best kind) is investigating the phenomenon of "cognitive itch". You know: when a song gets completely stuck in your head.

18 years ago I wrote New skin for an old ceremony

Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a brand new skin to wrap around the Adactio website. I give you: