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#16
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I've never touched IE in my life

Almost never :)
Enough to have enough...hehehe
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Nice table, but there is no Opera, Safari, or Chrome...
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Nice table, but there is no Opera, Safari, or Chrome...

Actually...

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Edited by stettybet0, 10 June 2009 - 09:07 PM.

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LOL....something wrong with my eyes today...
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I tried to find out what is that "linktest failed" thingy, and I found this, but it's little bit Chinese to me:

There is a red LINKTEST FAILED

If my understanding of this test is correct:
The Acid3 is first creating a link to a page in an "a" tag
It then takes an iframe and navigates to that page
It is testing if a link changes it's visited state at runtime instead of loadtime
The test passes if the link shows up as visited which appears as hidden.

My opinion on this is that links need to be updated at runtime instead of being checked when the page
is loaded


This is the javascript test:
// test 48: :link and :visited
var iframe = document.getElementById("selectors");
var number = (new Date()).valueOf();
var a = document.createElement('a');
a.appendChild(document.createTextNode('LINKTEST FAILED'));
a.setAttribute('id', 'linktest');
a.setAttribute('class', 'pending');
a.setAttribute('href', iframe.getAttribute('src') + "?" + number);
document.getElementsByTagName('map')[0].appendChild(a);
iframe.setAttribute("onload", "document.getElementById('linktest').removeAttribute('class')");
iframe.src = a.getAttribute("href");
return 3;

The CSS Related to it:
#linktest:link { display: block; color: red; text-align: center; text-decoration: none; }
#linktest.pending, #linktest:visited { display: none; }


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It seems that Opera and Safari are very compliant to the web standards tested with the Acid3 test.
I also get a linktest failed on the latest Chrome dev build.

I prefer Firefox b/c of it's add-ons rather than speed and security.
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I use firefox and I got

Acid3

71/100

FAILLINKTEST FAILED :)
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FF what version?
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FF what version?


Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.0.10) Gecko/2009042316 Firefox/3.0.10
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I recently installed mozilla firefox on my laptop and I scored 71/100.
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Google Chrome: 100/100 :)
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Firefox 3.5 RC1
93/100
Mozilla is improving FF's score with every release. :)
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Chrome 2.0.172.31 99/100

Fails the linktest. I use Chrome here at work and I like it so far.
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Firefox 3.5 RC2

93/100 :)

Edited by ArrimanTheKid, 21 June 2009 - 12:24 PM.

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Firefox 3.5 RC2

93/100

Same thing I got. It shouldn't be long before the stable build of FF 3.5
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