ACID compliance refers to various test pages for browsers that have been developed to establish a baseline for their
differences in implementing Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). ACID1, ACID2 and ACID 3 represent different levels of CSS
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Korean Gov't to Develop Security Tech for HTML5
BusinessKorea / 3/31/14
The Korean government is set to go ahead with developing technology that can enhance security for HTML5. Its plan is to push the new technology to make it an international standard rather than just a domestic one. The Korea Internet & Security Agency ...
Digital Trading Standards Group Launches UK Good Practice Principles
Association of Online Publishers (AOP) (press release) / 12/17/13
The Principles are endorsed by the UK's Joint Industry Committee for Web Standards, known as JICWEBS**, and replace the Internet Advertising Sales House (IASH) Code of Conduct. The Principles are supported by leading advertising businesses*** and ...
Microsoft Takes Initiative For Raising Awareness For Web Standards
TechVorm / 12/11/13
Microsoft supports web standards for a fast and fluid web experience including touch browsing. #STAND4RDS is about Microsoft's commitment to delivering a quality browsing experience that users can access through the all new Internet Explorer 11 on ...
Interview with Adobe's open web standards guru
opensource.com / 12/5/13
This flip side of this challenge is that we get to bring a unique voice to the communities that are developing browsers and new web standards. Adobe's history and DNA are closely tied to designers and the tools they use. It's great to be able to represent their ...
Why you should care about web standards
VentureBeat / 11/6/13
Why you should care about web standards. Why you should care about web standards. olly / Shutterstock. November 6, 2013 11:27 AM Divya Manian. 0 · DevBeat 2013. Nov. 12 - 13, 2013. San Francisco, CA. Tickets On Sale Now. Editor's note: Divya Manian ...
Folic acid intake associated with reduced risk of autism: study
Medical Xpress / 6/14/12
(Medical Xpress) -- A new study by researchers at the UC Davis MIND Institute suggests that women who consume the recommended daily dosage of folic acid, the synthetic form of folate or vitamin B-9, during the first month of pregnancy may have a reduced ...
Folic acid may reduce some childhood cancers
Medical Xpress / 5/21/12
Folic acid fortification of foods may reduce the incidence of the most common ... times more likely than babies delivered vaginally to fail their first hearing test, ...
Anti-acid attack campaign
DAWN.com / 3/14/12
Recently the government has enacted a law against acid attackers with 14 years to life imprisonment and Rs one million fine. Even after this law, incidents of acid attacks have been taking place. It is a test for the government and the law enforcement ...
Developers question long-term viability of App Store
GamesIndustry.biz (registration) / 2/21/12
"The acid test is what people do with it... That's brilliant feedback for us; actually what people do when they play the game." However, Mark Gerhard stated that the problem Kingsley desrcibed - of producing what is, "effectively a gold master" ...
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