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    Test your favorite browser

    Test your browser with this page. Here is the reference. The closest the browser properly render this smiley, the closest it is for W3C standard. So far, among the browser I used (Opera, Konqueror and Firefox), Firefox is the best.
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    veritas Guest
    I went there with Firefox and it was TERRIBLE. It was a mutant smiley from OUTER SPACE. Not even recognizable. What does that say about my Firefox browser. I usually don't have many issues with it, but it does make me wonder.

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    Yeah I also got a load of junk with firefox.

    Although I was in Windows at the time - perhaps its caught some nasty IE bug?

    Looking at the page in IE - half the page was a giant red block with a bit of yellow in it and the word ERROR. :|

    Out of intrest what exactly does this test prove anyway?

    Dave

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    This test is about W3C standard compliance. Here is more info
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    FC3 with Firefox messed up considerable on the acidtest
    FC3 running Dillo was a total disaster for compliance.
    guess my browsers are setup not to allow just anything---just as I want them to do.

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    imdeemvp Guest
    ok.........

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    johny Guest
    heh, well... firefox's thing is nothing compared to konqueror's
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    tejas Guest
    That is exactly what I got

    From FF in FC4

    I'm about to cry. What can be done to improve FF?

    Are you sure this isn't for IE compliance?

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    ieuuk Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by tejas
    That is exactly what I got

    From FF in FC4

    I'm about to cry. What can be done to improve FF?

    Are you sure this isn't for IE compliance?
    its definatly not for ie... mine comes out pants
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    Quote Originally Posted by tejas
    That is exactly what I got

    From FF in FC4

    I'm about to cry. What can be done to improve FF?

    Are you sure this isn't for IE compliance?
    It's to test css2 compliance... (so certainly NOT for M$IE)

    Anyway, safari was the first do pass the test, but they haven't released it yet. Konqueror (khtml) developers are heavilly backporting the safaria khtml port (are you still with me ), so that's why konqueror does it better than firefox. I don't even speak of IE, it isn't worthy to be even mentioned.
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    brisray Guest
    I've just looked at it with

    Windows XP - MSIE 6.0.29, Opera 7.54, Firefox 1, Netscape Navigator 7.2, WebTV Viewer
    Mac OSX - MSIE 5.2, Netscape Navigator 7.2 and Safari 1.0.3
    FC5 Linux - Konqueror 3.4.1, Firefox 1.0.4 and Linux Epiphany 1.7.1

    Not one of them renders it properly.

    Ray

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    rayyes Guest
    hehe i don't need a test to tell me that IE is crappy. If only browsers respected some sort of standard(right), site developers wouldn't have to jump through hoops to try and please everyone.

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    ieuuk Guest
    it is quite impressive the mess ie makes of it though

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    brisray Guest
    I've now got two really simple pages with the images on them - http://brisray.com/test/css2/gary.htm and http://brisray.com/test/css2/acid.htm

    Some interesting effects. It looks like all the browsers have a way to go before they are completely compliant - some more than others. Until they are it looks like web developers have to ...

    a) "dumb down" their sites
    b) add a lot of code to cope with the differences
    c) target individual browsers

    Ray
    Last edited by brisray; 29th June 2005 at 04:42 PM. Reason: rubbish grammar

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    tejas Guest
    If no browser can render it exactly, then who sets these standards?

    How do we know what that picture is 'supposed' to look like?

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