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I was trying to explain to a colleague the advantages of using CSS (rather than tables) for layout. He looked through some example CSS sites and mentioned that they all seemed to have the same basic layout—boxy, with two or three columns and maybe a header across the top. He wanted to see something more innovative than the typical blog layout. He wanted to see an example of quality design on a large-scale site that uses a table-less layout.

I showed him the US Mercedes-Benz site. Then I showed him Wired News. Anyone know of more?

kerry morrison
March 31, 2003 10:10 PM

Latest big CSS implementation is espn.com - well the home page at least. Read an interview with a member of the ESPN.com team and updating to a css based site has done monumental things for the site, the savings in bandwidth alone is outstanding.

Adam Kalsey
April 1, 2003 8:29 AM

I love your URL. Hilarious.

kerry
August 6, 2003 10:43 AM

Why thank you kindly. How did the search go?

Christopher Messina
December 16, 2003 7:56 PM

sprintpcs.com... best to date.

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