Opera Browser passes Acid3 Web Standards Test

According to the Opera Desktop team, they have developed a build of the Opera Browser that passes the Acid3 Test. In evaluating the software, the Acid3 tests “the browser’s DOM Scripting capability, as well as continuing to probe visual rendering of CSS, SVG and webfonts.”

This also coincided with a sort of Acid3 arms race with Safari and Firefox 3. According to SlashdotSafari scored 98% and Firefox 3 garnered 71%. Where is IE in this picture? They probably still have a hangover from passing the Acid2 test.

From what I observe, the speed of adopting to web standards is inversely proportional to the market share… This has got to change.