Safari Passes Acid 2

With the release of Mac OS X 10.4.3, Safari becomes the first publicly shipping browser capable of passing the rigorous Acid 2 web standards compliance test. What’s amazing about this test is that its output looks almost idiotically simple, even though it’s testing a very wide range of CSS features (try viewing source on the test page). Note that Acid 2 does not guarantee 100% CSS compliance, focusing instead on features that designers actually want to use (how it works). Even Firefox (v 1.07) fails miserably.

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