The Age gets standards

In other news, The Age's excellent website is now standards compliant. XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS. Kick-arse!

The redesign was by Peter Ottery and Andrew Coffey. There's a write-up on the design here, though sadly no web standards advocacy. Ah well, that's cool. If you want to see how far it's come, it's sister site, The Sydney Morning Herald, is still using the old spaghetti code. Update 29/04: SMH has migrated now as well.

Now, how about some RSS feeds?


Joseph | 21 Apr 2004

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