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Wired has redesigned with an all-CSS design that looks fantastic. No tables for layout. Due to a few glitches in the markup, the page falls short of full validity as XHTML 1.0 Transitional. Seeing as how most of those glitches seem to come from tag soup-spewing ad servers, we’ll go easy on them. Gutsy move for such a high-traffic site. Wired discusses the details and rationale of the redesign on the site as well, explaining how the designers saved bandwidth and increased accessibility.

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