User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows 98) Build Identifier: Firebird 0.7 I think these tests show a bug in Mozilla: 0.4 - some problem in including stylesheets from other folders 6.4 - white background not shown as the comments say (actually this may be the same problem as above, because the rules are included from another folder/file) 2.6 - If the first-line of a paragraph has a high character in it, there is empty vertical space after it, separating it from the rest of the paragraph. There is nothing in this space, therefore it shouldn't be necessary. I don't know if it is incorrect rendering, but it is ugly. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Check the mentioned sections in the Test suite.
I'm not sure what you mean by 2.6, but it seems that 0.4 and 6.4 are invalid, since the directory "folder" is missing or the files which should be within "folder" are missing.
Regarding section 2.6, it is correct rendering. CSS3 provides better ways of doing drop caps and initial caps.
You may be right. As I thought about it, the space can be caused by the first letter increasing the line height of the first line. Incidentally, there is no letter which would span below the base line, but there could be. As I said, it may be correct, but ugly. Comment 1: I didn't check that. Could you contact the test authors about the problem? Anyway, I agree with closing this bug. Sorry for taking your time.
The problems were fixed at W3C. The mentioned files and folders were corrected and the test pages render correctly - according to the descriptions. Now this bug can really be closed.