Ok, so Electronics.StackExchange.com recently got a redesigned header. Some people like it, some people hate it, some people don't care.
However, I have a problem with it:
The IC layout in the breadboard is wrong.
Basically, as shown, all the ICs/Buttons have pin 1 and 14 shorted together, 2, and 13, etc...
The same also applies to the "LED displays".
Personally, I think that the wiring should also be shown, or the solderless breadboard should be replaced by a cool-looking PCB.
If you have to use a solderless breadboard (and solderless breadboards are horrible tools), at least get it correct.
At least set the ICs across the connection divider, like they're supposed to be in a breadboard.
(This is kind of nit-picky, but the header is shown on every page, so it should exude good electronics practices as much as possible. Right now, it's like having 5 nested tables in the header image for https://webmasters.stackexchange.com/ )