Chapter 3. Browser Support for CSS
How web browsers fail to support CSS correctly
The consequences of browser failure
What the Acid2 test is and what it measures
What a layout engine is and how it affects your web page
How current browsers implement Cascading Style Sheets
How screen readers work with browsers to speak web pages to blind users
CSS rules are always interpreted by web browsers, just as the HTML pages those rules style are interpreted. The HTML and CSS standards give specifics on how browsers should display those rules—but they’re not always followed. To design pages with CSS, you not only need to know the standards, as presented in the CSS specification, but also understand how browsers’ ...