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The Register, the web’s most vitriolic source of IT industry news, has made the leap to CSS and web standards – and they’ve done it with style. The new site validates as XHTML 1.0 Transitional and makes extensive use of CSS. While they still use a solitary table for their site’s signature three column headline grid the overall improvement is dramatic. Congratulations to the team at GBdirect for a great job on the redesign. Further details about the new site’s underlying technology can be found on their about page or by perusing the extensive comments in their CSS.

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