ESPN.com has redesigned its home page, as I hinted at last week.
Most notably, the site's new lite home page uses a tableless layout. The normal ("heavy") home page isn't tableless, but the few layout tables on that page appear to be related to the site's MSN navigation and advertising. The MSN navigation is spread across several sites and likely beyond ESPN designers' control; the advertising code is probably locked in an ad management system somewhere.
Inside article pages (example) appear to have the same layout as before.
Like Wired News' recent redesign, this is a great victory for Web standards and the CSS-based school of design. Every time a major site redesigns in all-CSS, the word spreads farther. Does your site use this critical technology yet?