NOTE: This test results recording system is obsolete and being rewritten. I'm only maintaining it because it provides me with an index to the tests in my old "Evil" and "Wet Blanket" test suites. Please do not report bugs in this system, as I won't be fixing them. I am working on TESREMAS II, a successor to this version which is less fragile.
This test suite consists of some very basic tests, and some tests from the evil test suite that are now passed by most browsers.
Display tests as list.
|Anchor 1||Straight forward test with anchors.||HTML2|
|Anchor 2||Tests of anchors with ID and NAME attributes.||HTML4|
|Anchor 3||A test of anchors requring horizontal scroll.||HTML2|
|Border Color||Various tests related to borders and their color.||CSS1|
|Cascade||Some simple CSS cascade tests.||CSS1|
|CDO/CDC||Does your browser correctly ignore CDO and CDC symbols in stylesheets?||CSS1|
|Comments||Are comments really ignored? Not in IE4!||SGML|
|CSS Parsing 1||Are the CSS Error Handling rules followed?||CSS1|
|Implied 1||Are implied end-tags correctly implied?||CSS1|
|Implied 2||Are optional HTML, HEAD and BODY tags really optional?||HTML2|
|Implied 3||In HTML, BODY is optional; but it should still appear in the parse tree. So does your browser style an implied BODY?||CSS1, HTML4|
|Line Wrapping Attributes||Do attributes with line breaks correct themselves as per the spec?||HTML4|
|Linking to Garbage||This test links to a GIF file as if it was a text/css stylesheet. Your browser may crash when you view this page. If so, it has failed the test.||CSS1|
|Linking to Outerspace||This test links to a non existent stylesheet. Your browser may crash when you view this page. If so, it has failed the test.||HTML4|
|Multiple Classes||The use of multiple keywords for the class attribute.||CSS1, HTML4|
|Nested 1||IE breaks on one of these simple cases of nested lists! This probably indicates a non-tree parsing algorithm.||HTML2|
|Nested 2||Lynx 2.8 breaks on one of these simple cases of nested inline level elements! This may indicate that lynx uses an on/off parser instead of a tree based system.||HTML2|
|PRE||PREformatted means... preformatted. Not "Please, Re Format It"!||HTML2|
|Refresh (HTTP)||Tests to examine if the REFRESH HTTP header is supported.||HTML4, HTTP 1.1|
|Refresh (META)||Tests to examine if the REFRESH HTTP header is supported.||HTML4, HTTP 1.1|
|Tables and Font Size||The interaction of Tables and Font Size||CSS1, HTML4|
If for some reason you cannot submit a result directly from the test page (for example, if the test page crashes the browser), then please contact the maintainer of the test suite. Thanks.