Content-Language meta element
Test passes if you see green below, and no message to ignore it.
|Ignore this test. (:lang not supported)|
Assertion: The browser will recognize a language declared in a meta element in the head using http-equiv='Content-Language' content='..' (with a single language tag value), when there is no other language declaration.
In order to tell whether the language information is available, we test a feature, :lang, that makes use of that information in a detectable way. Unfortunately, such features are not uniformly supported across current user agents, and so conclusions must be drawn with care. We run control tests that will raise a flag if :lang is not supported by the user agent - if it is not, that particular test is not valid. If the test proves positive, that should show that the language declaration was recognized.
Note that we are only testing whether a declaration is recognised, not whether it is appropriate (eg. lang attributes in xml documents).