Opera CTO Håkon Wium Lie asks how seriously Microsoft's Web browser will support an upcoming Web standards test.
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Opera Software CTO Hakon Wium Lie throws down the gauntlet--but will Microsoft pick it up?
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In the popular Acid3 web standards test, Google's Chrome beats out the latest stable builds of Firefox and Internet Explorer.
The open-source browser makes my life easy in more ways than one.
Hakon Wium Lie says Microsoft's plans for standards support in the upcoming release of Internet Explorer 8 is "good for the Web". Some work remains, however.
In a shift, Microsoft said the new browser's default option will be to render Web sites in its most standards-compliant mode.
That means there were three stories about ISP filtering. THREE. Which means it's an epidemic. Which isn't very cool. Times three.
A major upgrade of HTML is in the works but won't emerge for at least two years.