Internet Explorer Wins W3C H L5 Shoot Out

Posted by at 12:24 am on November 3, 2010

The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) has published results from its first set of HTML5 compliance tests, which the latest Internet Explorer 9 beta took home the crown. Microsoft’s browser was found to adhere to a limited set of features more closely than Firefox 4 beta 6, Chrome 7, Opera 10.6, and Safari 5 browsers.

The W3C tests only covered seven features of HTML 5, including attributes, video, canvas, getElementsByClassName, foreigncontent and XHTML5.

The final version of Internet Explorer 9 is expected to be released next year, while the HTML5 specifications may not be finalized until 2012.

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