CSS Compatibility updated
I’ve updated the CSS Compatibility Table as the first step in a complete update of all Tables. Frankly, this was one of the more boring updates I’ve ever done.
I tested four browsers:
- IE8-as-IE7 (in backward compatibility mode, in other words). There are no differences with a regular IE7.
- Opera 9.62; no differences with 9.51
- Chrome 0.3; no differences with Safari 3.1, except that it does not support text-shadow
- Firefox 3.1b. Fortunately I found a few differences there: contrary to Firefox 3.0 it supports white-space: pre-line, :nth-child, media queries and text-shadow.
All in all a meager result for many hours of work. I suppose I should be extatic about how little browsers do wrong these days, but it makes my work considerably more boring.
Further updates are planned, but I’m not going to give a specific timeline for them; we’ll see how it goes.
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