IE bug list -Reply
Charles Peyton Taylor writes:
> There is one at W3C:
> I can think of several reasons for the link being removed:
> the list page is based on 3.0b1 (for Windows 95) when 3.01 is
> out with improvements (and MSIE 3.0 for Macintosh has a higher
> level of support) and perhaps it would be unfair to fully
> document only one browser's support when soon more than one
> major browser will have CSS support (of course, whether the
> W3C should, or even has the time to track compliance of CSS
> is another question.)
Right. The link was removed since I no longer had time to track IE3.
The MS programmers were faster..
For W3C, interoperability is a major concern and tracking conformance
is a part of that. Also, we hope to publish CSS1 test suites in the
There is room for volunteer efforts in this area, both in updating
feature/but pages and (a much bigger job) help compile test suites.
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