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WaSP D. L. Byron recently observed that Macworld has hopped on the CSS layout bandwagon.

It’s a nice design, and largely well-crafted, but is let down in the end by advertisement markup littered with FRAMEBORDER and MARGINWIDTH attributes and a mess of unencoded ampersands in various links. Looks like the “3rd party problem” I mentioned when discussing the RE/MAX redesign has claimed another victim.

Dodgy ad markup aside, Macworld appears to have done everything in their power to do it right, and their web team deserves kudos on a job well done.

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