These tests examine how a user agent handles various levels of ruby markup and styling. The tests were largely rewritten to provide additional information and make results clearer. In addition, objectives and descriptions were added for all tests. The results page is new. Please send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These tests check whether a user agent supports internationalised CSS-based numbering methods for lists. More extensive tests and results have been added for Armenian, Georgian, and lower-case Greek numbering, based on CSS3 algorithms but to support the CSS 2.1 Candidate Recommendation.
These tests check whether a user agent displays IDNs (Internationalized Domain Names) as Unicode, punycode or otherwise in the status bar. User agents that try to detect possible homograph attacks do so in different ways. These tests explore some of those approaches.
This series of tests checks whether a user agent automatically recognizes that a file declared as US-ASCII is really UTF-8 encoded, and displays the text as UTF-8, even if the encoding declarations say otherwise.
Initial test results are also provided.
Some user agents produce unexpected results when displaying files that contain a UTF-8 signature (byte order mark). This series of tests allows you to see whether that holds true for your user agent.
The tests were simplified and better documented, and a new test was added related to PHP includes. An initial set of results was also added.
This is a set of pages that examine how right-to-left and bidirectional text affects user agents outside of the main content area.