As of February 15 2016, the backend of FTL JIT is replaced by "Bare Bones Backend" (or B3 for short). * SunSpider 1.0 JavaScript Benchmark Comparison of browser engines. List of WebKit-based browsers. SunSpider 1.0 JavaScript Benchmark.


The following standards are supported by the KHTML engine: KHTML and KJS were adopted by Apple in 2002 for use in the Safari web browser. Apple publishes the source code for their fork of the KHTML engine, called WebKit. In 2013, Google began development on a fork of WebKit, called Blink. * Comparison of browser engines HTML 4.01. HTML 5 support. CSS 1. CSS 2.1 (screen and paged media). CSS 3 Selectors (fully as of KDE 3.5.6 ). CSS 3 Other (multiple backgrounds, box-sizing and text-shadow). PNG, MNG, JPEG, GIF graphic formats. DOM 1, 2 and partially 3. ECMA-262/JavaScript 1.5. Partial Scalable Vector Graphics support. Comparison of browser engines.

Trident (software)

TridentTrident layout engineMSHTML
This resulted in a completely new browser called Microsoft Edge, which replaces Internet Explorer as a stock browser of Windows and a base of Microsoft's web related services. *Comparison of browser engines * MSDN - MSHTML Reference AOL Explorer, a web browser. AOL Instant Messenger 6.x, which uses Trident to render conversation and profile windows, and advertisement panels. Avant Browser. Bento Browser (built into Winamp). EA Link, incompatible with Trident as of Internet Explorer 7 RC2. Google Talk, which used Trident to render chat windows and profile cards. GreenBrowser, which is also presented at the BrowserChoice.eu page.


(EdgeHTML based)Edge layout engineEdgeHTML layout engine
Microsoft has stated that "any Edge-WebKit differences are bugs that we’re interested in fixing." * Comparison of browser engines *

Comparison of web browsers

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List of web browsers. Comparison of browser engines. Comparison of layout engines (XML). Comparison of layout engines (XHTML). Comparison of layout engines (XHTML 1.1). Comparison of layout engines (graphics). Comparison of layout engines (typography). Comparison of layout engines (CSS). Comparison of layout engines (DOM). Comparison of layout engines (HTML5). Comparison of layout engines (ECMAScript). Comparison of layout engines (SVG). Comparison of lightweight web browsers. Usage share of web browsers. Comparison of download managers.

Cobweb (disambiguation)

Cobweb spider or tangle web spider, any spider in the family Theridiidae. Cobweb theory, an alternative to the state-centric approach to international relations. Cobweb houseleek (Sempervivum arachnoideum). Spider Web (disambiguation). Cob (disambiguation). Web (disambiguation).


Webb (disambiguation)
Web (disambiguation). Webb and Knapp, a development company. Webb House (disambiguation). The Webb School (disambiguation). Webb v. United States, a Supreme Court case. Webbe.

Spider Web (disambiguation)

Spider's Web
The Spider's Web: Britain's Second Empire, a 2017 documentary about tax havens. "Spiderwebs" (song), a 1995 song by No Doubt. "Spider's Web" (song), a 2006 song by Katie Melua. Spider Webb (disambiguation), for a list of people nicknamed "Spider Webb". Cobweb (disambiguation). Spider (disambiguation). Web (disambiguation).

Comparison of email clients

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For all of these clients, the concept of "HTML support" does not mean that they can process the full range of HTML that a web browser can handle. Almost all email readers limit HTML features, either for security reasons, or because of the nature of the interface. CSS and JavaScript can be especially problematic. The Bat! supports Email Address Internationalization (EAI). As of October 2016, email clients supporting SMTPUTF8 included Outlook 2016, mail for iOS, and mail for Android. sv:E-postprogram#Jämförelse av epostklienter Comparison of feed aggregators. Comparison of layout engines. Comparison of mail servers. Comparison of webmail providers. List of personal information managers.

Comparison of browser engines (HTML support)

Comparison of layout engines (HTML5)Comparison of layout engines (Non-standard HTML)Chrome: HTML5
These tables compare native support by web browsers, without any plugins, add-ons or ECMAScript workarounds. *Comparison of browser engines ;Trident ;Gecko ;Webkit ;Presto

WWW (disambiguation)

Pronunciation of "www", an initialism for World Wide Web. Rod Serling's Triple W: Witches, Warlocks and Werewolves. 3W (disambiguation). W3 (disambiguation). Web (disambiguation). Wild Wild West (disambiguation). World Wide Web Conference, a yearly international academic conference on the topic of the future direction of the World Wide Web.

Comparison of browser engines (typography support)

Comparison of layout engines (typography)
*Comparison of browser engines ;Specifications ;Trident/EdgeHTML ;Gecko ;WebKit ;Blink ;Presto

Browser engine

layout enginerendering engineweb browser engine
A browser engine (also known as a layout engine or rendering engine) is a core software component of every major web browser. The primary job of a browser engine is to transform HTML documents and other resources of a web page into an interactive visual representation on a user's device. A browser engine is not a stand-alone computer program but a critical piece of a larger program, such as a web browser, from which the term is derived. (The word "engine" is an analogy to the engine of a car.) Besides "browser engine", two other terms are in common use regarding related concepts: "layout engine" and "rendering engine".

Spider web

Tubular webs, which run up the bases of trees or along the ground. Sheet webs. Movies and animation on web building in Araneus diadematus ‒ University of Basel. Oldest known spider web A 110 million-year-old web preserved in amber. Giant Spider Webs ‒ Photos and story on BadSpiderBites. com (2007).

World Wide Web

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Typical web pages provide hypertext for browsing to other web pages via hyperlinks, often referred to as links. Web browsers will frequently have to access multiple web resource elements, such as reading style sheets, scripts, and images, while presenting each web page. On a network, a web browser can retrieve a web page from a remote web server. The web server may restrict access to a private network such as a corporate intranet. The web browser uses the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to make such requests to the web server. A static web page is delivered exactly as stored, as web content in the web server's file system.

Fork (software development)

In a fork, both parties assume nearly identical code bases, but typically only the larger group, or whoever controls the Web site, will retain the full original name and the associated user community. Thus, there is a reputation penalty associated with forking. The relationship between the different teams can be cordial or very bitter. Eric S. Raymond, in his essay Homesteading the Noosphere, stated that "The most important characteristic of a fork is that it spawns competing projects that cannot later exchange code, splitting the potential developer community". He notes in the Jargon File: David A.


CWEB is a version of WEB for the C programming language, while noweb is a separate literate programming tool, which is inspired by WEB (as reflected in the name) and which is language agnostic. The most significant programs written in WEB are TeX and Metafont. Modern TeX distributions use another program Web2C to convert WEB source to C. * The TeX Catalogue entry for WEB. CWEB homepage.


WebEpiphanyEpiphany (GNOME)
GNOME Web (called Epiphany until 2012) is a free and open-source web browser based on WebKitGTK, developed by GNOME for Unix-like systems. It is the default web browser of GNOME; forked from Galeon in 2002, it has since been developed as part of the GNOME Core Applications.


Website ProsThe TradesYodle
Web.com is based in Jacksonville, Florida and incorporated in Delaware, and provides domain name registration and web development services, among others. The company caters to small and medium-size businesses and offers a variety of subscription services, including design, hosting, management, e-commerce, lead generation, mobile commerce, online advertising, search engine optimization, and social media solutions. Web.com reportedly had 3.3 million subscribers in January 2016. The company has offices in more than 20 U.S. states, and in Argentina (Buenos Aires), Canada (Barrie, Ontario, and Nova Scotia), and the United Kingdom (including Cardiff, Wales). Web.com is traded as "WEB" on NASDAQ.

Apple Inc.

AppleApple ComputerApple Inc
In 2018–19, Apple faced criticism for its failure to approve NVIDIA web drivers for GPU installed on legacy Mac Pro machines up to mid 2012 5,1 running macOS Mojave 10.14. Without Apple approved NVIDIA web drivers, Apple users are faced with replacing their NVIDIA cards with a competing supported brand, such as AMD Radeon from the list recommended by Apple. In June 2019, Apple issued a recall for its 2015 MacBook Pro Retina 15" affecting 432,000 units after reports of batteries catching fire. The recall was criticized as waiting times for replacements were up to 3 weeks and the company didn't provide alternative replacements or repair options.

Webs (web hosting)

On November 14, 2008, Freewebs changed its name to Webs, but users' URLs remained in the freewebs.com domain unless they chose to change over. Now, new websites are given subdomains of webs.com, but the old freewebs.com/sitename format still works, even for new websites. Users can also upgrade to a premium package and receive a custom web address without a Webs subdomain. On December 28, 2011, the online printing service Vistaprint completed its acquisition of Webs for $117.5 million. On June 4, 2012, Webs released a new version of their Sitebuilder product, called Sitebuilder3.

Safari (web browser)

SafariApple SafariSafari web browser
History of web browsers. Internet Explorer for Mac, default web browser included in OS X before Safari. List of web browsers. Month of Bugs. Safari version history. United States v. Google Inc. in which the FTC alleged that Google misrepresented privacy assurances to Safari users.

Web (manufacturing)

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A web is a long, thin, and flexible material. Common webs include foil, metal, paper, textile, plastic film, and wire. Common processes carried out on webs include coating, plating, and laminating. A web is generally processed by moving over rollers. Between processing stages, webs are stored and transported as rolls also known as coils, packages and doffs. The end result or use of web manufacturing is usually sheets. The primary motivation to work with webs instead of sheets is economics. Webs, being continuous, can be made at far higher speeds and do not have the start-stop issues of discrete sheet processing. The size of the web-handling industries is unknown.