Posted on Thursday, December 20, 2007 at 4:53 AM
The Internet Explorer team, currently working on Internet Explorer 8, have announced
that they can now render the Acid2
The Acid 2 test is far from a complete standards compliance test, but more an indicator of a browser's level of CSS support. If anything, perhaps this is a sign that the IE team are getting serious about web standards. The Acid 2 test is already passed by Opera and Safari, and the current Firefox 3 BETA release also passes it. Since Firefox 3 will almost certainly be out before IE8, that means Microsoft are still the last of the major browsers to arrive at the Acid 2 party...