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The Acid3 Test Adapted, All Browsers Are Winners 19 September 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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It is time to move to the Acid4

The war of the browsers today took a particular turn and some fighting have become marketing arguments. This is the case of the support of web technologies, but time has greatly reduced the gaps, even if Internet Explorer is still the last. To reflect this evolution of standards, the famous Acid3 test has been updated.

The Acid3 Test: Three years and already old
Although this is really the case today, the Acid3 test has long been the benchmark of the immediate support of web technologies for browsers. The objective was to propose a series of one hundred small tests that the overall score is a score of 100. Acid3 therefore sought to analyze one hundred technology support “representative”, but the rendering quality was also an important point.

CSS, XML, ECMAScript, SVG and URI are all aspects which are tested by Acid3. However, the web page itself had a few years and was most necessarily adapted to what is now the web. The presence of the

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