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From The Web standards project: http://www.webstandards.org/action/acid3/
An interesting way to see how good your web browser ( it produces a rating out of 100%) is it to open
The page "should" look like...
IE rates around 13% Firefox around 50%
[...] re.web wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptFrom The Web standards project: http://www.webstandards.org/action/acid3/. An interesting way to see how good your web browser ( it produces a rating out of 100%) is it to open. http://acid3.acidtests.org/. The page “should” look like… … [...]
I've just gone back to Firefox today. I finally had time to joint twitter and del.icio.us, and the add-ons made using them so much easier.I was avoiding ffx because, well, I liked the way IE7 looked better. Well, I looked at the ffx themes, and um, they look way better than IE! Last reason gone, I'm back from the dark side :) I just want am "open tab" and "close tab" button in the same place as IE, and I'll be a completely happy bunny (yes, I know I can double-click, but I'd rather single-click).Just thought I'd share :)