Browser Compatibility Chart


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gemblon (t.b.)

Hi ya.

Does anybody have a nice browser compatibility chart?
What works in a what browser? That you use in your
ruby project?

Or a link to a site that has one?

Could have a list of html or css things, and how they handle
things differently?
 
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John Joyce

Hi ya.

Does anybody have a nice browser compatibility chart?
What works in a what browser? That you use in your
ruby project?

Or a link to a site that has one?

Could have a list of html or css things, and how they handle
things differently?
For perhaps the latest, google "westciv" "css3"
The westciv guys in Australia stay pretty up to date on that stuff.
They've even compiled a bit of knowledge on the iPhone's
implementation. (though much of that is now public from Apple)
Safari / webkit (including KHTML in KDE ) is going to be the most CSS
compliant.
Firefox implements everything itself, rather than using OS specific
GUI widgets, so it will be consistent across platforms.
Opera would be number 3 in terms of standards compliance and
rendering, but tends to be less stellar than the above in terms of
stability/robustness.
IE 7 is as good as MS has ever gotten at this sort of thing, but
still falls way short of all of the above.

Also from Australia, the publisher SitePoint tends to have the best
reference books on this stuff. (most concise in my opinion)

But if you want the short version, pick up the latest version of
Bullet Proof Web design. Anybody doing web design should have that
book in their possession!!!
 
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G

gemblon (t.b.)

John said:
On Dec 14, 2007, at 12:06 PM, gemblon (t.b.) wrote:


But if you want the short version, pick up the latest version of
Bullet Proof Web design. Anybody doing web design should have that
book in their possession!!!

thanks a bunch....
 

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