Sites dealing with the differences in how web browsers handle (X)HTML, CSS, Scripting etc. including details of support (or lack thereof) for recognised standards.
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A series of tests from the Web Standards Project to assess the standards support of web browsers. Also includes tests themselves, reference renderings, descriptions of the functions tested.
Acid2 in Major Browsers
Screenshots and discussion of the rendering of the Acid 2 test by different versions of various browsers.
Browser Zoom Comparison
Compares the zoom function and its results on all the major browsers.
Generates screenshots of how websites appear at vraious resolutions in several commonly used web browsers.
CSS3 . info - CSS Selectors testsuite
Test to determine whether your browsers supports all CSS selectors.
Online tool allowing to verify how websites appear in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, 6 and 7.
Internet Explorer Testing Center
QuirksMode DOM Compatibility Tables
Provides detailed studies and suggested work-arounds for various browser incompatibilities relating to modern standards.
Robin's HTML 4.0 Conformance Test
Test a browser's support for new HTML 4.0 elements. Includes a table of results for several popular browsers.
Web Browser Standards Support
Tables comparing support for different feature of HTML, CSS, DOM, and ECMAScript in Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Opera.
When Can I Use...
Provides compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.
Wikipedia: Comparison of Web Browsers
Provides various tables giving an overview of the features and support for various standards present in a number of different browsers.
Last update:March 14, 2014 at 10:05:07 UTC