Quote: Originally Posted by Runckle
Hate to point it out but, realistically HTML5 doesn't work as well in other browsers as it does for IE9. There are subtle differences seen. But, you have to remember that when it's designed, it's designed with IE9 in mind, not for other browsers. So what you see on other browsers is an interpretation of what that browser thinks it is. Not what it is in reality...
The only reason Microsoft made IE9 look so awesome in their HTML5 tests, is that the only tests they performed were on HTML5 support that they built in to IE9. I would much rather test all browsers by a single test that was not developed by anyone that has 'one specific browser in mind' and compare those results... It gives a much more accurate result.
On that note, I have found quite a few HTML5 websites lately (made by amazingly talented and skilled individuals) and tested them all in the latest betas of IE, Firefox, Chrome and Opera browsers. IE9 is most definitely not the best.