firefox 3.5 is AWESUUUUMMMM

July 1st, 2009

So I just upgraded to Firefox 3.5 (as should the rest of the web-surfing world) and I did a test on CSS3.info just to see all of the available CSS3 selectors. Here are the results:

From the 43 selectors 43 have passed, 0 are buggy and 0 are unsupported (Passed 579 out of 579 tests)

  • :checked
  • E
  • .class
  • #id
  • E F
  • E > F
  • E + F
  • E[attribute]
  • E[attribute=value]
  • E[attribute~=value]
  • E[attribute|=value]
  • :first-child
  • :link
  • :visited
  • :lang()
  • :before
  • ::before
  • :after
  • ::after
  • :first-letter
  • ::first-letter
  • :first-line
  • ::first-line
  • E[attribute^=value]
  • E[attribute$=value]
  • E[attribute*=value]
  • E ~ F
  • :root
  • :last-child
  • :only-child
  • :nth-child()
  • :nth-last-child()
  • :first-of-type
  • :last-of-type
  • :only-of-type
  • :nth-of-type()
  • :nth-last-of-type()
  • :empty
  • :not()
  • :target
  • :enabled
  • :disabled
  • :checked

Nice. And now begins the typical 5-year wait for Internet Explorer to catch up.

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