Firefox 1.5 Special Report: Cannot pass Acid2 test
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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.
The newest version of Microsoft's Web browser to pass the famously difficult Acid 2 test, with which Opera and Safari have been compliant for a few years.
In the fall, Apple will port its popular Mac browser to Windows XP and Windows Vista.
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