updated 02:00 pm EST, Wed November 2, 2005
Safari passes Acid2 test
Apple's Safari Web browser became the . Acid2 is a test page, written to help browser vendors ensure proper support for Web standards in their products. Safari's lead was followed by internal builds of iCab and Konqueror, which both passed the test. Currently, Safari is the only publicly available browser to pass Acid2. The latest preview of Opera reportedly comes close to meeting the strict standards, with only one outstanding bug.