This set of sub-tests examines the level of support for the
style element and compliance with the Section
14.2.1 of the HTML4.0 specification.
Test 41a works by setting the default style language of the
document to an invalid value (
text/nosense). This should
cause UAs to think "What's this then? 'text/nonsense'? But I do not
understand this language! I had better ignore any
attributes used, lest I make a fool of myself".
Test 41b is similar, but specifying the style language of a
style element instead.
(41a). Style set by
style attribute in a language tagged as "text/nonsense".
(41b). Style set by
style element in a language tagged as "text/nonsense".
41c. Style set by
style element in a language tagged as "text/css".
If any tests render red, then the browser is buggy (B). If the first two tests are unstyled and the third is green, then the browser passed (Y). If the third test is unstyled, then the test browser should be classified as maybe (M)