Inquisit 4 Lab: HTML and CSS


Inquisit 4 Lab: HTML and CSS

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Dear all,
I started using the htmlpage element and have some technical questions:
  1. Which HTML version is supported? HTML5?
  2. Is CSS supported? Which version?
  3. Will the HTML/CSS contents still render correctly, even if there is no browser installed on the machine?
  4. Are there any limitations using HTML/CSS to design e.g. instruction pages? 
Thank you.
Max

P.S.: On my Mac HTML and CSS seem to work well…any other observations?

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> P.S.: On my Mac HTML and CSS seem to work well…any other observations?

On Windows, Inquisit uses the Internet Explorer engine (present on every Windows box by default) to render HTML. Anything that engine can render will work. CSS should not be any problem, certain parts of the HTML5 spec may be a problem particularly on older Windows boxes (XP) as they are locked out of current IE versions (thanks, Microsoft!).

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