“The latest beta of the WebKit engine that runs beneath Apple’s Safari and other browsers has achieved 100/100 score in the Acid3 test, which means that the Safari 4 beta has reached a significant milestone in terms of web standards compliance. Opera closely follows Safari while Microsoft’s Internet Explorer versions score the lowest marks,” Christian Zibreg reports for TG Daily.
“The Acid3 test is generally considered as a benchmark to determine how well a web browser follows web standards and at least as of now, Safari 4 beta is the most compliant browser. To pass the test, a browser has to use default settings, the animation has to be smooth, the score has to end on 100/100, and the final page has to look exactly, pixel by pixel, like the reference rendering,” Zibreg reports.
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