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Dose your browser with ACID 3
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 12 January 2008 12:39

From Wired:

Most of the major browsers — Firefox 3, Safari, Opera and to a limited degree Internet Explorer 8 — pass or will pass the ACID 2 rendering test, which means it's time for another test. ACID 3 picks up where ACID 2 leaves off and focuses on ECMAScript (which Javascript is derived from), DOM Level 3, Media Queries, and data: URLs.

The ACID 2 test was a test case designed by the Web Standards Project to give manufacturers a reference point and to help identify rendering flaws in browsers. ACID tests don’t necessarily prove anything, they simply create an extremely difficult test case with the idea that if a browser can render that page it should be able to handle almost any other page.

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