Re: Vivaldi Technical Preview Released Reply #75 – 2017-08-25, 07:49:49 Quote from: krake on 2017-08-24, 20:45:38Quote from: Frenzie on 2017-08-24, 19:39:29It's still indicative of a trend in which WebKitBlink litters the web with shoddy implementations, causing less competent so-called developers to think something "doesn't work" in Fx when they (and Blink) are doing it wrong. Although oddly enough since the divorce both WebKit and Blink seem to have improved in quality. I've looked it up. According to W3C - Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari and Opera are supporting the alt attribute.Excepting Opera, the above are all actually maintained/developed engines.Well, I cannot test too extensively, but here's someone who ran a test in 2010 I guess http://files.paciellogroup.com/blogmisc/HTML5/alt-tests/alt-examples.htmlSafari (the first major browser to branch off their own webkit version) performs worst, indicating that they care little for developing for the standards. A megacorp simply grabbed a passable fruit of volunteer work and relabelled it for their own purpose.Chrome (version 4) does better. Thumbs up for that.However, the linked test only tests the situation with faulty src. In real life, there are more situations, my favourite being to browse with images off. The textmode browsers that I use are very sensible with alt texts, as is old Opera. These are most pleasant to use for browsring without images. The rest is downhill. Among newer browsers, Vivaldi seems to be actively paying attention to these points. They have fixed the handling of the alt attribute and they have colour filters inbuilt (though they don't work as good as in old Opera). It's somewhat of a hit and miss, whereas other Chromites are more of a miss.