A List Apart
23rd Aug 2005
has a rather lovely new design in place. They've opted for a fixed width design, so you see scrollbars at 800 x 600 resolution... this is probably a good thing though.
And to accompany the new look there's a great article from Joe Clark, about PDF Accessibility.
Based on the tags from this post.
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