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The new AisleOne


Antonio Carusone has just launched a new version of the brilliant AisleOne. He’s added some nifty new features like keyboard navigation, grid or list view and quite bravely gone for a 1202px-wide format. That will no-doubt ruffle a few geeky feathers, but good work sir!

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    2nd Feb 2010
    9:38 am
  1. I’m very much a fan of the grid/list option – nice work Antonio!

  2. GlennGlenn
    2nd Feb 2010
    10:03 am
  3. Looking goooood! Antonio & Emil have done an excellent job!!! Really like the keyboard navigation and the grid and list switch.

    Certainly puts a bit of pressure on us ;-)

  4. Antonio
    2nd Feb 2010
    4:36 pm
  5. Hey guys thanks for the mention and the kind words. I really appreciate it.

  6. GreigGreig
    3rd Feb 2010
    2:04 am
  7. Had a play with the site earlier, really nice layout and design and the keyboard nav makes perusing really enjoyable. Well done Mr Carusone!

  8. GilGil
    3rd Feb 2010
    12:00 pm
  9. Really good redesign and the up and down arrows make for a very enjoyable reading experience. Keep up the good work Antonio.

  10. Scott Pollard
    5th Feb 2010
    9:02 pm
  11. Nice design. The thing that impressed me the most was the coding put into this. It is a great example of WordPress usage. Keep up the good work.

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