W3C DOM HTML Compatibility table updated

The W3C DOM HTML Compatibility table has been updated, too. All in all browser differences are becoming markedly less; we're actually approaching the day on which there will be no (well, OK, few) incompatibilities left.

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1 Posted by Julien Royer on 27 November 2007 | Permalink

Thank you. :-)

2 Posted by Blog informatique on 27 November 2007 | Permalink

Another very usefull document !
Thanks

3 Posted by Plumo! on 27 November 2007 | Permalink

Very usefull, thanks.

4 Posted by Martijn on 28 November 2007 | Permalink

How about Opera 9?

5 Posted by Martijn on 28 November 2007 | Permalink

> How about Opera 9?
Of course, I meant here:
http://quirksmode.org/dom/compatibility.html ;)

6 Posted by Chris Hester on 29 November 2007 | Permalink

You might wish to add results for Firefox 3. I tested the entries marked "no" for Firefox 2 and got the following results in 3:

innerText - YES
outerHTML - no
createHTMLDocument() - unsure
parentWindow - no
moveRow() - no

7 Posted by Marc on 9 December 2007 | Permalink

Thanks for updating, this table is very useful for me, to get a quick info over different browser versions.

8 Posted by FataL on 10 December 2007 | Permalink

Opera 9.5 beta still being buggy with tBodies for nested tables.
See test here: http://rusrestaurant.com/tests/opera-bugs/opera-tbody-count.html

9 Posted by Anthony Ettinger on 20 December 2007 | Permalink

Nice work (as always)...