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DOM Conformance Test Suites

The DOM Test Suites (DOM TS) will consist of a number of tests for each level of the DOM specification. The tests will be represented in an XML grammar which ensures that tests can easily be ported from the description format to a number of specific language bindings. This grammar will be specified in XML Schema and DTD form. The grammar will be automatically generated from the DOM specifications themselves,...

Acid Tests

Acid Tests is a test page from the Web Standards Project that checks how well a web browser follows certain web standards, especially relating to the Document Object Model and JavaScript. When successful, the latest Acid3 test displays a gradually increasing percentage counter with colored rectangles in the background. The percentage displayed is based on the number of sub-tests passed. In addition to these...

Mozilla CSS Extensions

Mozilla supports a number of extensions to CSS that are prefixed with ‘-moz’. These include a number of capabilities, including rounded borders, and the ability to specify different box width and height calculations to more easily support browers that perform such calculations in a non-standard way. Some of these properties have subsequently been proposed for inclusion in the CSS specification, though...

Browser Compatibility Check

Every web developer knows a cross-browser nightmares. Ignoring W3C standards by some browser development companies leads to incorrect display of pages. You probably know that feeling when you have your web design almost done but flash look at your work in other browser scares you. To eliminate these annoyances you are welcome to use the Browsershots – an online tool for checking browser compatibility. Browsershots...

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