pogo browser testing

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top 20 web pages

  1. email
  2. Yahoo!
  3. Restaurants
  4. Street map
  5. eBay
  6. The Register
  7. The Onion
  8. Motley Fool
  9. 32 Russell Road
  10. CV/thesis
  11. Radar
  12. GC
  13. amazon
  14. Motivus (demo:demo)
  15. O2 mobile portal
  16. Danger links index
  17. i-Mode
  18. IEE
  19. Chat rooms
  20. Trickbaby
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Pogo supports ISO Latin-1 in the basic i, b and tt text styles and renders code; samp; kbd; dfn; var; cite; em and strong using them appropriately. Pogo's display is too small to display strike; sub; sup and u clearly so all except SUB are dropped and the text is rendered as plain text.

Pogo supports HTML3.2's FONT tag and font sizes 1-7. Big and small are shorthand for font size +2 and font size -2 respectively.

HTML 4.0's

division tags
and span tags would show line breaks for the division but nothing for the span. Pogo does not show the DIV and SPAN tags because they are not very useful without CSS.

(Pogo does respect DIV's alignment though.)

Pogo's SGML parsing is correct (ie there is no linked space after SGML), unlike MSIE's . (There should be a linked space between MSIE's and the .)

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