Comparison of layout engines (HTML5)

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The following tables compare support of HTML5 differences from HTML for a number of layout engines.

As of 2013, the specification is still a working draft, not a W3C recommendation, and thus not stable. Unless otherwise specified in footnotes, comparisons are based on the stable versions of the programs without any add-ons, extensions or external programs.

Explanation of the tables[edit]

Engine nomenclature[edit]

Rather than the names of web browsers, the names of the underlying engines are used. The browsers that use the various engines are listed below.

Layout engine Release version Preview version Used by
Amaya 11.4.7[1] N/A No longer developed; Amaya
Blink 537.36 Chromium/Chrome (28+), Opera (15+) and Yandex
Gecko
Rapid (release channel)

28.0 (March 18, 2014; 32 days ago (2014-03-18)[2]) [±]

Extended Support Release (ESR)

ESR 24.4.0 (March 18, 2014; 32 days ago (2014-03-18)[3]) [±]

29.0 Beta 9 (April 18, 2014; 1 day ago (2014-04-18)[4][5]) [±] All Mozilla software, including Firefox; SeaMonkey and Galeon; Camino; K-Meleon; Flock (up to 2.x); Debian IceWeasel; GNU IceCat (formerly GNU IceWeasel); Icedove, Iceape and Iceowl; Fennec. Also used by the Maple platform in 2010 and 2011 Samsung "SmartTV" devices which are based on the build used in Firefox 3.0.[citation needed] Nokia Asha platform is also using Gecko for web apps rendering.
KHTML 4.12.3[6] N/A Konqueror[note 1]
Presto 2.12.388 N/A No longer developed; Opera and Opera Mobile use Blink now; Nintendo DS & DSi Browser; Internet Channel
Tasman (IE 5.2.3 for Mac) none No longer developed (aborted in 2003); Internet Explorer 5+ for Mac OS X
Trident 7.0 (IE 11) Internet Explorer and other Internet Explorer shells like Maxthon (Microsoft Windows operating systems only), Windows Phone 8
WebKit 534.20 nightly build Tizen (both OS and browser), Safari (both desktop and mobile), Google Chrome (before 28), Maxthon 3, Shiira, iCab 4, OmniWeb 5.5+, Web, Adobe AIR, Midori, Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 and CS5, Android browser, Palm webOS browser, Symbian S60 browser, OWB, Steam, Rekonq, Arora, Flock (version 3+), RockMelt, Dolphin Browser, Sleipnir, Konqueror[note 1], PhantomJS A headless browser for testing, rekonq. Used by the LG Smart TV platform to enable web content on TVs.
  1. ^ a b In Konqueror, the user can switch layout engine.


Values[edit]

Values indicate the level of support in the most recent version of the layout engine, or (if a version number is given) in the specified version. Version numbers without any other value indicate the version at which the layout engine first fully supported the feature.

Value Meaning
Yes Indicates that the layout engine fully supports this property/element when valid values are used.
No Indicates that the property/element is completely ignored.
Partial Indicates that the property/element is understood, but that not all values are supported. Supported values are implemented correctly.
Incorrect Indicates that the property/element is understood, but that it is not implemented correctly in all cases.
Experimental Indicates that the property/element is understood, but supported under an alternate name. May be incomplete or buggy.
Dropped Indicates that the property/element is no longer supported.
Nightly build Indicates that the property/element is supported to some extent in an experimental/nightly build. Future support is expected.
Depends Indicates that the property/element is supported only on certain platforms, or if certain settings are configured.

Elements[edit]

While many of these elements, such as section, have not been implemented natively in layout engines, support may be very easy to emulate using CSS or JavaScript.

Trident Gecko WebKit Presto
section 5.0[t 1] 2.0[g 1][g 2] 533[w 1][w 2][w 3][w 4][w 5][w 6] 2.7.70
nav
article
aside
hgroup
header
footer
time No 22.0[g 3] No 2.8.146
mark 5.0[t 1] 2.0[g 4] Yes[w 7] 2.7.70
ruby,[7] rt, rp 3.1[t 2] No[g 5] 533[w 8][w 9] No
dialog No No[g 6] No[w 10] No
figure 5.0[t 1] 2.0[g 7] Yes[w 11] 2.7.70
figcaption
embed <3.1[IE 3.0] 1.7 85 1.0
video 5.0 (Partial)[t 3][t 4] 15.0 [g 8] 525 2.5[note 1][note 2]
audio
source
canvas 1.9.2[g 9] Partial 2.0[p 4]
Inline MathML No 2.0 Yes[w 12][w 13] 2.1[note 3]
Inline SVG 5.0[t 3] Yes[w 13] 2.9.220[p 6]
details No No [g 10] Yes [w 14] No
summary Yes [w 14]
command No [g 11] No
menu 8.0 [g 12] No[w 15] 2.8[p 7]
bdi 10.0[g 13] 528[w 16] No
data No 22.0[g 14] No No
picture No No[g 15] No[w 17] No
Trident Gecko WebKit Presto

Attributes[edit]

Element-specific[edit]

Attribute Element Trident Gecko WebKit Presto
manifest html 6.0[8] 1.9 Yes 2.6[p 8][p 9]
sizes link No 8.0 (only mobile)[g 16][g 17] Yes[w 18] No
charset meta 4.0[9] 1.9.2 Yes 2.5.24
scoped style No 21.0[g 18] No[w 19] No
async script 6.0 1.9.2[g 19] Yes[w 20]
reversed ol No 18.0[g 20] Yes[w 21]
download a,area No 20.0[g 21] Yes
sandbox iframe 6.0[t 5] 17.0[g 22] 533[w 22]
seamless iframe No No[g 23] No[w 23]
Attribute Element Trident Gecko WebKit Presto

Global[edit]

Trident Gecko WebKit Presto
translate[10] No
Datasets (data-*) No 6.0[g 24] Yes[w 24] 2.8[p 10]
contextmenu 8.0[g 25] No[w 25] No
hidden 2.0[g 26] Yes[w 26] 2.7.70
contenteditable[11] <3.1[IE 5.5] 1.9 Yes 2.0
spellcheck[12] 6.0 1.8[g 27] Incorrect[w 27] 2.8[p 11]
draggable 1.9.1[g 28] 533[w 28] 2.10.270
dropzone No No[g 29] Yes 2.10.270
Trident Gecko WebKit Presto

Form elements and attributes[edit]

Many of these features can be emulated with third-party libraries.[citation needed]

Trident Gecko[g 30] WebKit[w 29] Presto[p 12]
Attributes
autocomplete 3.1 Yes Yes 2.0
list 6.0[t 6] 2.0[g 31] Yes[w 30]
required 6.0[t 7] 2.0[g 32] 528[note 4][w 31]
multiple 6.0[t 8] 1.9.2[note 5][g 33] 526[note 5][w 32] 2.7[p 13]
pattern 6.0[t 9] 2.0[g 34] 528[note 4][w 33][w 31] 2.0
min, max 6.0[t 10][t 11] 16.0[g 35][g 36] Yes[w 34]
step 6.0[t 12] 16.0[g 37] 528[w 35]
placeholder 6.0[t 13] 2.0[g 38] Yes 2.7[p 13]
form No 2.0[g 39] Yes[w 36] 2.0
autofocus 6.0[t 14] 2.0[g 40] 528[w 37]
maxlength 6.0[t 15] 2.0[g 41] 528[w 38]
novalidate 6.0[t 16] 2.0[g 42] 528[w 39] 2.8[p 14]
control No 2.0[g 43] No No
accept No 2.0[g 44] Yes[w 40] Yes
formtarget 6.0[t 17] 2.0[g 45] Yes[w 41] 2.8[p 15]
formaction 6.0[t 18] 2.0[g 46] Yes[w 41] 2.8[p 16]
formmethod 6.0[t 19] 2.0[g 47] Yes[w 41] 2.8[p 17]
formenctype 6.0[t 20] 2.0[g 47] Yes[w 41] 2.8[p 18]
formnovalidate 6.0[t 21] 2.0[g 48] 528[w 39] 2.8[p 19]
disabled (fieldset element) <3.1 2.0 No 2.7
Elements
datalist 6.0[t 22] 2.0[g 49] Yes[w 42] 2.0
keygen[13] No[t 23] 1.0[g 50] 125 1.0
output No 2.0[g 51] Yes[w 43] 2.0
progress 6.0[t 24] 6.0[g 52] Yes[w 44] 2.7[p 13]
meter No 16.0[g 53] Yes[w 45]
Input types
search 6.0[t 25] 2.0[g 54] 312[w 46] 2.7[p 13]
tel 6.0[t 26] 2.0[g 55] 528[w 47]
url 6.0[t 27] 2.0[g 56] 528[w 47] 2.0
email 6.0[t 28] 2.0[g 57] 528[w 47]
datetime No No[g 58] Yes[w 48][w 49]
date No
month No
week No
time No
datetime-local No
number 6.0[t 29] 29.0[g 59] 528[w 47]
range 6.0[t 30] 23.0[g 60] Yes
color No 29.0[g 61] Yes[w 50] 2.7[p 13]
Trident Gecko WebKit Presto

APIs[edit]

Trident Gecko WebKit Presto
getElementsByClassName[14] 5.0[t 31] 1.9[g 62] 525 2.1
registerProtocolHandler No 1.9[note 6] Yes[w 51] 2.10[p 20]
registerContentHandler 1.8[note 7]
Cross-document messaging[15] 4.0 1.9[g 65] Yes 2.0
Drag-and-drop 6.0 1.9.1[g 28] Yes 2.10.270[p 21]
pushState() and replaceState() 6.0[t 32] 2.0[g 66] 528[w 52] 2.9[p 22]
Trident Gecko WebKit Presto

Other features[edit]

Trident Gecko WebKit Presto
Microdata No 16.0[g 67] No[w 53] Yes[p 20]
HTML5 Tokenizer 6.0[t 33] 2.0[g 68] Yes[w 54] 2.10[p 23]
HTML5 Tree Builder Yes[w 13]
HTML5 Fragment Parser Yes
<a rel="noreferrer"> No No[g 69] Yes[w 55] No
window.onhashchange 4.0[t 34] 1.9.2[g 70] 528[w 56] 2.6[p 24]
element.classList No 1.9.2[g 71] Yes[w 57] 2.8[p 25]
dir="auto" No 20.0[g 72] 528+[w 58] No
Trident Gecko WebKit Presto

Next-generation additions[edit]

The WHATWG version of HTML also includes additional features that are not technically HTML5, which are described as "next-generation additions still in development" in the specification.[16]

Trident Gecko WebKit Presto
<device> No No No No
<track> 6.0[t 35]
<a ping> No Depends[g 73][note 8] Depends[w 59][note 9]

Related specifications[edit]

Trident Gecko WebKit Presto
main element[17] No 21.0[g 76] Yes[w 60] No
template element[18] No No Yes[w 61] No
Selectors API[19] 4.0[t 36] 1.9.1[g 77] 525[w 62] 2.2[p 26]
Web Storage[20] 4.0 1.9.1[g 78] 525 2.5[p 27]
Indexed Database API[21] 5.0[t 37] 16.0[g 79] Partial No
Web SQL Database (obsolete)[22] No No[g 80] Yes[w 63] 2.5[p 27]
File API[23] 5.0 Yes[g 81] Yes[w 64][w 65] 2.8[p 28]
File API: Writer[24] 5.0 No[g 82] Partial[w 66] No
File API: Directories and System[25] No No[g 83] Yes[w 67]
Media Capture API[26] 2.0[note 10] No 2.10[p 29]
Server-sent events[27] 6.0[g 85] Yes[w 68] 2.7[p 30][p 31]
WebSocket[28] 6.0[t 38] 11.0[g 86] 533 2.11[note 11]
Web Workers[29][30] 6.0[t 39] 1.9.1[g 87] Yes 2.6[p 8][p 9]
Geolocation API[31] 5.0[t 40] 1.9.1[g 88] 533[w 69] 2.6[note 12]
Offline Web applications[32] 6.0[t 41] 1.9.1[g 89] Yes 2.6[p 8][p 9]
Web Notifications[33] No 22.0[34][35] only in Chrome[36] ?
Trident Gecko WebKit Presto

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Beginning in 2007,[p 1] several experimental builds have been released with Ogg Theora support. Full support for the video element is included in Presto 2.5.[p 2]
  2. ^ Presto added very limited support for the ECMAScript API related to the audio element in version 2.0 using only the WAV PCM codec, while not implementing the element itself.[p 3] Full support for the audio element with the Ogg Vorbis and WAV codecs is included in Presto 2.5.[p 2]
  3. ^ MathML for CSS, XHTML only[p 5]
  4. ^ a b Form validation disabled in Safari Can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc..
  5. ^ a b For file inputs only.
  6. ^ Limited to the feed protocol in 1.8; fully supported in 1.9.[g 63]
  7. ^ Limited to feed MIME types in 1.8 and 1.9.[g 64]
  8. ^ The ping attribute is disabled by default, due to privacy concerns.[g 74][g 75]
  9. ^ The ping attribute is disabled by default, thus needs to be manually enabled by each port
  10. ^ Currently partially supported in nightly builds for the Linux platform.[g 84]
  11. ^ WebSocket support was added in Presto 2.7[p 32] but was disabled due to security reasons.[p 33] In Presto 2.11 protocol implementation was updated to version RFC 6455[p 34] which resolved security issue.
  12. ^ Geolocation support was added in Presto 2.5, but was not enabled by default until 2.6.[p 35][p 36][p 8][p 9]

References[edit]

Trident references[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Internet Explorer Platform Preview Guide for Developers, Microsoft 
  2. ^ Ruby 
  3. ^ a b Bisson, Simon (17 September 2010), Microsoft previews Internet Explorer 9 with HTML5 support, ZDNet 
  4. ^ Hachamovitch, Dean (23 June 2010), HTML5, Native: Third IE9 Platform Preview Available for Developers, Microsoft 
  5. ^ Rossi, Jacob (14 July 2011), Defense in Depth: Locking Down Mash-Ups with HTML5 Sandbox, Microsoft 
  6. ^ "list attribute | list property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  7. ^ "required attribute | required property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  8. ^ "multiple property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  9. ^ "pattern attribute | pattern property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  10. ^ "min attribute | min property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  11. ^ "max attribute | max property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  12. ^ "step property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  13. ^ "placeholder attribute | placeholder property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  14. ^ "autofocus attribute | autofocus property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  15. ^ "maxlength attribute | maxLength property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  16. ^ "noValidate property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  17. ^ "formTarget property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  18. ^ "formAction attribute | formAction property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  19. ^ "formMethod attribute | formMethod property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  20. ^ "formEnctype attribute | formEnctype property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  21. ^ "formNoValidate attribute | formNoValidate property (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  22. ^ "datalist object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  23. ^ PRB: HTML Tag KEYGEN Not Supported in Internet Explorer, Microsoft 
  24. ^ "Progress element | Progress object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  25. ^ "input type=search object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  26. ^ "input type=tel element | input type=tel object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  27. ^ "input type=url element | input type=url object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  28. ^ "input type=email element | input type=email object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  29. ^ "input type=number element | input type=number object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  30. ^ "input type=range element | input type=range object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 16 November 2012. 
  31. ^ getElementsByClassName, Microsoft 
  32. ^ HTML5 History in IE10, Microsoft 
  33. ^ HTML5 Parsing in IE10, Windows Internet Explorer Engineering Team, 6 July 2001 
  34. ^ onhashchange Event, Microsoft 
  35. ^ "track element | track object (Internet Explorer)". Microsoft. Retrieved 29 November 2012. 
  36. ^ Resig, John (6 March 2008), JavaScript in Internet Explorer 8 
  37. ^ IndexedDB Prototype Available for Internet Explorer 
  38. ^ WebSockets in Windows Consumer Preview, IE Engineering Team 
  39. ^ Leithead, Travis (2 July 2011), Web Workers in IE10: Background JavaScript Makes Web Apps Faster, Microsoft 
  40. ^ Acting on Feedback: IE9 Release Candidate Available for Download 
  41. ^ "Application Cache API ("AppCache") (Windows)". Microsoft. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 

Gecko references[edit]

  1. ^ Bug 559284 - Support for HTML5 sectioning elements (article, aside, footer, header, hgroup, nav, section): style as display:block, Mozilla 
  2. ^ Bug 562008 - HTML5 section DOM elements should be of type HTMLElement, Mozilla 
  3. ^ Bug 629801 - Implement HTML5 , Mozilla 
  4. ^ Bug 485377 - Implement HTML5's <mark> tag, Mozilla 
  5. ^ Bug 33339 - HTML5 <ruby> support, Mozilla, retrieved 2010-03-13 
  6. ^ Implement the HTML5 dialog element, Mozilla 
  7. ^ Implement the figure element, Mozilla 
  8. ^ Support media attribute of source elements, Mozilla 
  9. ^ Canvas - MDC, Mozilla 
  10. ^ Bug 591737 - Support for HTML5's <details> and <summary>, Mozilla 
  11. ^ Implement the HTML5 command API, Mozilla 
  12. ^ Implement HTML5 toolbar menus, Mozilla 
  13. ^ Bug 613149 - Support HTML5 bdi element and CSS property unicode-bidi: isolate, Mozilla 
  14. ^ Bug 839371 - Implement HTML5 element, Mozilla 
  15. ^ Bug 870022 - Implement `picture` element, Mozilla 
  16. ^ Bug 596650 - Use the "sizes" attribute to select the best web app icon, Mozilla 
  17. ^ Bug 441770 - Add 'sizes' getter/setter to link elements, Mozilla 
  18. ^ Bug 508725 - Implement HTML 5 scoped attribute on STYLE tag, Mozilla 
  19. ^ Bug 503481 - Implement async attribute of script element, Mozilla 
  20. ^ Bug 601912 - HTML 5's <li> reversed attribute not supported, Mozilla 
  21. ^ Bug 676619 – Implement proposed download attribute, Mozilla 
  22. ^ Bug 341604- Implement IFRAME's sandbox attribute, Mozilla 
  23. ^ Bug 631218 – implement the HTML5 seamless attribute for the iframe element, Mozilla 
  24. ^ Bug 560112 - Implement HTML5 dataset attribute, Mozilla 
  25. ^ Changes for web developers, Mozilla 
  26. ^ Bug 567663 - Implement the hidden attribute, Mozilla 
  27. ^ Controlling spell checking in HTML forms, Mozilla 
  28. ^ a b Blizzard, Christopher (15 July 2009), HTML5 drag and drop in Firefox 3.5 
  29. ^ Bug 723008 - Implement dropzone attribute, Mozilla 
  30. ^ User:Mounir.lamouri/HTML5 Forms, Mozilla 
  31. ^ Bug 556007 - Implement list attribute, Mozilla 
  32. ^ Bug 345822 - Implement required attribute for <input type="text">, <textarea>, Mozilla 
  33. ^ Bug 523771 - Support <input type=file multiple>, Mozilla 
  34. ^ Bug 345512 - Implement pattern attribute for <input type="text">, <textarea>, Mozilla 
  35. ^ Bug 635499- Implement the max attribute, Mozilla 
  36. ^ Bug 635553- Implement the min attribute, Mozilla 
  37. ^ Bug 556009 - Implement step attribute, Mozilla 
  38. ^ Bug 457800 - Implement placeholder attribute for text input fields, Mozilla 
  39. ^ Bug 588683 - Implement form attribute, Mozilla 
  40. ^ Bug 546995 - Implement autofocus attribute for some form elements, Mozilla 
  41. ^ Bug 535043 - Support maxlength on textarea, Mozilla 
  42. ^ Bug 556013 - Implement novalidate attribute for form elements, Mozilla 
  43. ^ Bug 562932 - Implement control attribute for label element, Mozilla 
  44. ^ Bug 377624 - Implement the accept attribute for the form and file upload controls form "image/*", Mozilla ,Bug 565274 - Implement the accept attribute for the form and file upload controls for custom MIME types, Mozilla 
  45. ^ Bug 566064 - HTMLInputElement and HTMLButtonElement should implement formtarget attribute which override HTMLFormElement target attribute, Mozilla 
  46. ^ Bug 566160 - HTMLInputElement and HTMLButtonElement should implement formaction attribute which override HTMLFormElement action attribute, Mozilla 
  47. ^ a b Bug 582412 - Implement @formmethod, @formenctype, Mozilla 
  48. ^ Bug 589696 - Implement formnovalidate attribute for submit controls, Mozilla 
  49. ^ Bug 555840 - Implement datalist element, Mozilla 
  50. ^ Bug 101019 - Implement keygen element, Mozilla 
  51. ^ Bug 346485 - Implement Web Forms 2 <html:output/>, Mozilla 
  52. ^ Bug 514437 - Implement HTML 5 progress element, Mozilla 
  53. ^ Bug 555985 - Implement meter element, Mozilla 
  54. ^ Bug 456229 - Implement <input type="search"> for compatibility with Safari, Mozilla 
  55. ^ Bug 557620 - Implement <input type="telephone">, Mozilla 
  56. ^ Bug 344615 - Implement <input type="url">, Mozilla 
  57. ^ Bug 555559- Implement <input type="email">, Mozilla 
  58. ^ Bug 446510 - Implement <input type="date"> and other date controls, Mozilla 
  59. ^ Bug 344616 - Implement <input type="number">, Mozilla 
  60. ^ Bug 344618 - Implement <input type="range">, Mozilla 
  61. ^ Bug 547004 - Implement <input type="color">, Mozilla, retrieved 2010-02-18 
  62. ^ Bug 357450 - Implement getElementsByClassName, Mozilla 
  63. ^ window.navigator.registerProtocolHandler, Mozilla 
  64. ^ window.navigator.registerContentHandler, Mozilla 
  65. ^ Bug 387706 - (postMessage) Implement HTML5's cross-document messaging API (postMessage), Mozilla 
  66. ^ Bug 500328 - Add support for HTML5 History.pushState(), History.replaceState() methods, Mozilla 
  67. ^ Bug 591467 - Implement HTML5 Microdata API, Mozilla 
  68. ^ Bug 373864 - Replace HTML parser with an HTML5 parser, Mozilla 
  69. ^ Bug 530396 - Support for <a rel="noreferrer"> functionality, Mozilla 
  70. ^ Bug 385434 - Add support for HTML5 onhashchange (event for named anchor changes), Mozilla 
  71. ^ Bug 501257 - Implement HTML 5's HTMLElement.classList property, Mozilla 
  72. ^ Bug 548206 - Implement the auto value for the HTML dir attribute, Mozilla 
  73. ^ Bug 319368 - Implement <a ping>, Mozilla 
  74. ^ Bug 324645 - <a ping> support should be opt-in, not opt-out, for Gecko-based apps, Mozilla 
  75. ^ Bug 319368 - Implement <a ping> (Comment 64), Mozilla 
  76. ^ Bug 820508 - Add support for <main> element, Mozilla 
  77. ^ document.querySelector 
  78. ^ DOM Storage, Mozilla 
  79. ^ Implement Indexed Database API, Mozilla 
  80. ^ Bug 416327 - Implement Client-side database storage, Mozilla 
  81. ^ Using files from web applications, Mozilla 
  82. ^ Bug 557540 - Implement File API: Writer, Mozilla 
  83. ^ FileSystem API, Mozilla 
  84. ^ Bug 692955 - Camera support for desktop, Mozilla 
  85. ^ Bug 338583 - Add support for Server-Sent DOM Events (Remote Events), Mozilla 
  86. ^ Bug 472529 - Support for Web sockets' HTML5 Draft Recommendation, Mozilla 
  87. ^ Bug 437152 - implement worker threads, Mozilla 
  88. ^ Using geolocation, Mozilla 
  89. ^ Offline resources in Firefox, Mozilla 

Webkit references[edit]

  1. ^ Bug 32936 - HTML5 <section> element support, WebKit 
  2. ^ Bug 27937 - Implement HTML5 nav element, WebKit 
  3. ^ Bug 32942 - HTML5 <article> element support, WebKit 
  4. ^ Bug 32943 - HTML5 <aside> element support, WebKit 
  5. ^ Bug 33369 - Implement HTML5 <hgroup> element., WebKit 
  6. ^ Bug 32944 - HTML5 <header> and <footer> elements support, WebKit 
  7. ^ Bug 41144 - Implement the HTML5 <mark> element., WebKit 
  8. ^ Bug 28420 - Implement HTML5 <ruby> rendering, WebKit 
  9. ^ Steiner, Roland (20 January 2010), "Ruby Rendering in WebKit", Surfin’ Safari (WebKit), retrieved 2010-01-21 
  10. ^ Bug 84635 - Implement the DIALOG element, WebKit 
  11. ^ Bug 50684 - Default styling rules for the figure and figcaption elements, WebKit 
  12. ^ Bug 42373 - Changes to enable MathML, WebKit 
  13. ^ a b c Seidel, Eric (5 August 2010). "The HTML5 Parsing Algorithm". Surfin' Safari. WebKit Project. Retrieved 5 August 2010. 
  14. ^ a b Bug 50309 - HTML5 <details> and <summary> initial implementation, WebKit 
  15. ^ Bug 50555 - implement the HTML5 "context menu" feature (contextmenu attribute), WebKit 
  16. ^ Bug 50913 - [BiDi] Add support for the BDI element, WebKit 
  17. ^ Bug 116963 - (picture) Implement `picture` element, WebKit 
  18. ^ Bug 37674 - Implement sizes attribute for link tag from HTML5, WebKit 
  19. ^ Bug 49142 - Implement HTML5 style scoped attribute, WebKit 
  20. ^ Bug 20710 - WebKit should support defer and async on script elements, WebKit 
  21. ^ Bug 36724 - Add support for ol reversed, WebKit 
  22. ^ Bug 21288 - Implement HTML5's sandbox attribute for iframes, WebKit 
  23. ^ Bug 45950 - Implement HTML5's seamless attribute for iframes, WebKit 
  24. ^ Bug 41146 - Implement the .dataset DOM property, WebKit 
  25. ^ Bug 50555 - implement the HTML5 "context menu" feature (contextmenu attribute), WebKit 
  26. ^ Bug 40511 - Implement HTML5 hidden attribute, WebKit 
  27. ^ Bug 25537 - WebKit does not follow HTML5 spellcheck attribute logic for words split by spans, WebKit 
  28. ^ Bug 26262 - Implement HTML5 draggable, WebKit 
  29. ^ Bug 19264 - HTML5 Forms Implementation - Master bug, WebKit 
  30. ^ Bug 27247 - [HTML5][Forms] Part 5 of datalist&list: UI of `list' attribute of <input>, WebKit 
  31. ^ a b Bug 59019 - Enable the interactive form validation feature by default, WebKit 
  32. ^ Almaer, Dion (6 March 2009), input type="file" multiple; now in a real browser!, Ajaxian 
  33. ^ Bug 25552 - Support for HTML5 Forms "pattern" attribute, WebKit 
  34. ^ Bug 27450 - Support HTML5 min/max attributes and associated CSS selectors, WebKit 
  35. ^ Bug 27451 - Support HTML5 step attribute, WebKit 
  36. ^ Bug 47813 - [HTML5] "form" attribute support for form control elements, WebKit 
  37. ^ Bug 18887 - WF2 Support for autofocus controls, WebKit 
  38. ^ Bug 29292 - [HTML5][Forms] Support for <textarea maxlength=N>, WebKit 
  39. ^ a b Bug 28145 - novalidate/formnovalidate support, WebKit 
  40. ^ Bug 45079 - HTML <input type="file"> accept attribute, WebKit 
  41. ^ a b c d Bug 49240 - Implement formaction, formenctype, formmethod and formtarget attributes for the input tag, WebKit 
  42. ^ Bug 27247 - Master bug of datalist element and list attribute implementation, WebKit 
  43. ^ Bug 29363 - [HTML5][Forms] Support for <output> element, WebKit 
  44. ^ Bug 37307 - [Chromium] Support for <progress> element, WebKit 
  45. ^ Bug 37074 - Support for HTMLMeterElement, WebKit 
  46. ^ Hyatt, David (July 2004), The Search Field 
  47. ^ a b c d Bug 25554 - Implement HTML5 Input element types for Text Fields, WebKit 
  48. ^ Bug 29004 - [HTML5][Forms] simple implementation of date&time types of INPUT element, WebKit 
  49. ^ Bug 29359 – Add UIs for date and time types of <input> 
  50. ^ Bug 28966 - [HTML5][Forms] <input type=color> simple implementation, WebKit 
  51. ^ Bug 44740 - registerProtocolHandler and registerContentHandler, WebKit 
  52. ^ Bug 32052 - Implement HTML5 state object history API, WebKit 
  53. ^ Bug 68609 - Implement HTML5 Microdata (master bug) 
  54. ^ Bug 39259 – MASTER: WebKit needs an HTML5 Tokenizer 
  55. ^ Chapin, Nate (19 November 2009), WebKit nightlies support HTML5 noreferrer link relation, retrieved 2009-11-20 
  56. ^ Bug 21605 - Support for HTML5 "hashchange" event, WebKit 
  57. ^ Bug 20709 - Implement HTML 5's HTMLElement.classList property, WebKit 
  58. ^ Bug 50916 - Add support for dir=auto, WebKit 
  59. ^ Bug 30458 - Implement <a ping>, WebKit 
  60. ^ Bug 103172 - implement the HTML <main> element, WebKit 
  61. ^ Bug 113016 - HTMLStackItem should include <template> as a special tag, WebKit 
  62. ^ Smith, David (7 February 2008), querySelector and querySelectorAll 
  63. ^ Eidson, Brady (19 October 2007), WebKit Does HTML5 Client-side Database Storage, retrieved 2009-10-22 
  64. ^ Bug 36567 - Implement FileAPI/FileWriter, WebKit 
  65. ^ Bug 38157 - Implement FileReader class, WebKit 
  66. ^ Bug 44358 - Implement FileWriter, WebKit 
  67. ^ Bug 42903 - Implement FileAPI: Directories and System (a.k.a. FileSystem API), WebKit 
  68. ^ Bug 14997 - Support for server-sent DOM events, WebKit 
  69. ^ Bug 21475 - Provide support for the Geolocation API, WebKit 

Presto references[edit]

  1. ^ A call for video on the web - Opera <video> release on Labs, Opera 
  2. ^ a b Opera Core Concerns - (re-)Introducing <video>, Opera 
  3. ^ Web specifications supported in Opera 9.5, Opera 
  4. ^ canvas Support in Opera, Opera 
  5. ^ Chavchanidze, George (12 June 2008), Opera 9.5 released, Opera 
  6. ^ Implemented full support for the part of the HTML5 specification entitled "Parsing HTML documents"., Opera 
  7. ^ HTML5 elements, attributes, and APIs support in Opera Presto 2.8, Opera 
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  9. ^ a b c d Kleinhout, Huib (1 July 2010), Opera 10.60 goes final, Opera 
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  11. ^ HTML5 elements, attributes, and APIs support in Opera Presto 2.8, Opera 
  12. ^ HTML 5 Forms support in Opera Presto 2.2, Opera 
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  16. ^ HTML5 elements, attributes, and APIs support in Opera Presto 2.8, Opera 
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  19. ^ HTML5 elements, attributes, and APIs support in Opera Presto 2.8, Opera 
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  21. ^ Web specifications support in Opera Presto 2.10 - Drag and Drop, Opera 
  22. ^ Introducing the HTML5 History API, Opera 
  23. ^ Opera 11.60 for Windows changelog, Opera, 6 December 2011 
  24. ^ Haavard (31 May 2010), Opera 10.60 Alpha 1: Speed, eye-candy, and bug fixing, Opera 
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  26. ^ Hunt, Lachlan (22 May 2008), Selectors API, Opera 
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  28. ^ W3C File API support in Opera Presto 2.8, Opera 
  29. ^ Web specifications support in Opera Presto 2.10, Opera Software ASA, 13 October 2011 
  30. ^ Bersvendsen, Arve (1 September 2006), Event Streaming to Web Browsers, Opera 
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  36. ^ Web specifications supported in Opera Presto 2.5, Opera 

Other references[edit]

  1. ^ Amaya Binary Releases, Most recent download link in stable
  2. ^ "Firefox Notes - Desktop". mozilla.org. 2014-03-18. Retrieved 2014-04-18. 
  3. ^ "Firefox ESR 24.4.0 Notes". v. 2014-03-18. Retrieved 2014-04-18. 
  4. ^ "Firefox Beta Notes Desktop". 2014-03-20. Retrieved 2014-03-20. 
  5. ^ "Mozilla Firefox Web Browser — Download Firefox Beta in your language — Mozilla". Retrieved 2014-04-19. 
  6. ^ Download for kdelibs, Most recent download link in stable
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  10. ^ WHATWG Weekly: translate attribute and other changes to HTML, 7 February 2012 
  11. ^ Pilgrim, Mark (6 March 2009), The Road to HTML 5: contentEditable 
  12. ^ Pilgrim, Mark (4 March 2009), The Road to HTML 5: spellchecking 
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  18. ^ HTML Templates, W3C, 14 February 2013 
  19. ^ Selectors API Level 1, W3C 
  20. ^ Web Storage, W3C 
  21. ^ Indexed Database API, W3C 
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  24. ^ File API: Writer, W3C, 26 October 2010 
  25. ^ File API: Directories and System, W3C, 26 October 2010 
  26. ^ Media Capture API, W3C 
  27. ^ Server-Sent Events, W3C 
  28. ^ The Web Sockets API, W3C 
  29. ^ Web Workers, W3C 
  30. ^ Resig, John (21 July 2009), Computing with JavaScript Web Workers 
  31. ^ Geolocation API Specification, W3C 
  32. ^ 5.6 Offline Web applications — HTML5, W3C 
  33. ^ Web Notifications, W3C 
  34. ^ Available only in Firefox Mobile as of Gecko 2.0 
  35. ^ 594543 - Implement Desktop Notifications 
  36. ^ There is a bug in Chrome but is working 

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