So is YOUR browser ANY good at CSS2?
Seen on the Standblog (fr), the new Acid2 test page for browsers, "written to help browser vendors ensure proper support for web standards in their products". I tend to agree with Tristan that the test doesn't readily tell you what your browser is lacking in support, but then you can read the guide for that.
Here are some screenshots of the test page under different browsers. If you have other browsers, leave a message with a link to the image in the comments. It seems full CSS2 support is not here yet !
Update (2005/04/08 9:40): David Naylor has sent a link to some other screen shots; below (Netscape 6.1, Opera 7.54, and Firefox 1.0+ nightly).
I'm still missing Macintosh-based browsers: Safari, IE/mac, and Camino, though it will probably look like Firefox).
Here is how the test page should look:
These are under Links and Lynx ;-) (click for full size image)...
The different versions of Internet Explorer are pretty broken, but hell, you didn't need this fancy test to know that:
What is funny though is that IE6 doesn't behave in the same way if it's running in Wine or in Windows 98:
With Konqueror 3.2.3 we're getting more supported features of CSS2: you know that because you can see more stuff from the happy face. Seeing how Konqueror 3.4 is touted as being CSS2.1 compliant, I'd be interested if somebody could post a screenshot !
Update 2005/04/11: Doug Wright has put a screenshot of Konqueror 3.4. Well, full support for CSS2.1 is a bit of an exageration, as it's only marginally better than 3.2.
Opera 8.0 (beta) is also not bad, except for the ugly looking red background (red means broken in the Acid2 test).
Opera 7.54 (courtesy of David Naylor) is only marginally worst than Opera 8.
If you compare Netscape 6.1 below (also courtesy of David Naylor) with the images farther down the page, you will see how Gecko (the rendering engine behind Netscape and Mozilla browsers) has matured in CSS2 support:
Firefox 1.0.2 is also not very far from that, but then it's still not the correct image !
Firefox 1.0+, nightly (ie, Gecko 1.8), image courtesy of David Naylor