And don’t forget out the blogpost Niels made about the CSS selector bugs he discovered.
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That is really a cool script!
Medyk: The testcases that IE6 supports are the so called ‘control’ cases.
Take for example :first-child. There is a testcase that checks if the first child is matched by the selector, but there is also a control test case that makes sure the other children are not matched.
The control test cases will usually pass, even when the selector is not supported. This doesn’t mean anything. It is only significant if the selector is supported and one of these control test cases fails. This is an indication that there is a bug in the implementation of the selector.
ah.. now I got it.
Thanks for explanation. I didn’t look throughly at first.
There’s still one thing that puzzles me a bit – it’s space between element names and pseudo class selectors in test cases list.. I think that’s not valid (?).. I know it’s just listing.. but.
Anyway really great tool… for long time I didn’t approached something that usefull.