Acid3 Test Updated

By | September 21, 2011 | 22 Comments

ACID3 Test Updated

Makes life easier for the browser programmers.

Earlier this week, Ian Hickson, author of the Acid3 test has informed community about the update. According to the source, specific implementation checks of features have been disabled as they are likely to be heavily modified in the future or completely removed.

As a result, Firefox 6 and Internet Explorer 9 web browsers now achieves a perfect 100/100 score.

[Thanks, Blake, RamaSubbu SK]

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  1. Anonymous says:

    The latest build (1065) of Opera 12.00 pre-alpha also receives a perfect score. 

  2. OP says:

    Not just the latest snapshot of opera

    im using 11.51 stable and its score a perfect 100/100

  3. Olfigbdmof says:

    its high time Acid4 appears

  4. daPhyre says:

    How interesting! Now all browsers should easily achieve Acid3 to 100% =P

    Hold it! Chrome 12 achieved only 98!? oO

  5. bert says:

    acid 4 was said to appear once acid 3 got 4/5 major browsers to pass.
    it shouldn’t be to far away

  6. kls says:

    IE9 misses the shadow behind “Acid3″ (see screenshot in the post).

    “the final page has to look exactly, pixel for pixel, like this reference rendering.”

  7. Sunflowers_2 says:

    Firefox 6.0.2 now 100/100 Acid3.

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