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Written by Adrian Holovaty on February 19, 2003

Nathan Ashby-Kuhlman: Can your CMS do different layouts?

World Wide Web Consortium: Common HTTP Implementation Problems

BBC News Online has redesigned. See the site's announcement and site's FAQ page, read OJR's coverage (including three interviews with BBC staff), and check out reactions by Ben of Magnetbox and Craig Saila.

Netscape DevEdge, Netscape's developer site, has redesigned in all CSS. The best part: Designer (and CSS guru) Eric Meyer explains his style-sheet and JavaScript techniques.

Comments

Posted by AgentKen on February 21, 2003, at 6:13 p.m.:

And the worst part of the DevEdge page? Obviously built imitating MSN.com (cf. http://www.ojr.org/ojr/editors_picks/brief.php?briefID=50789) because it totally crashes Safari. Don't know why. Don't really care. Netscape has been dead ever since AOL ate it.

Posted by Barry Parr on February 24, 2003, at 2:26 a.m.:

Netscape died long before AOL at them. I think it happened sometime around late 1996 or early 1997, while they were working on Netscape 4.0.

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