Name Description Size
documents 2
elements 7
elements-embedded.js 4891
elements-forms.js 4512
elements-grouping.js 821
elements-metadata.js 1409
elements-misc.js 1328
elements-obsolete.js 1134
elements-sections.js 2058
elements-tabular.js 3154
elements-text.js 1107
historical.html Historical HTML APIs 1297
idlharness.https.html HTML IDL tests 10271
idlharness.worker.js 714
new-harness.js 391
original-harness.js In conformance testing mode, all tests will be run. Otherwise, we'll skip tests for attributes that have an entirely incorrect type. 11355
reflection-embedded.html HTML5 reflection tests: embedded elements 733
reflection-forms.html HTML5 reflection tests: form elements 726
reflection-grouping.html HTML5 reflection tests: grouping elements 733
reflection-metadata.html HTML5 reflection tests: metadata elements 733
reflection-misc.html HTML5 reflection tests: miscellaneous elements 734
reflection-obsolete.html HTML5 reflection tests: obsolete elements 733
reflection-original.html HTML5 reflection tests 1790
reflection-sections.html HTML5 reflection tests: section elements 732
reflection-tabular.html HTML5 reflection tests: tabular elements 731
reflection-text.html HTML5 reflection tests: text elements 725
reflection.js Resolve the given URL to an absolute URL, relative to the current document's address. There's no API that I know of that exposes this directly, so we actually just create an <a> element, set its href, and stitch together the various properties. Seems to work. We don't try to reimplement the algorithm here, because we're not concerned with its correctness -- we're only testing HTML reflection, not Web Addresses. Return the input if the URL couldn't be resolved, per the spec for reflected URL attributes. It seems like IE9 doesn't implement URL decomposition attributes correctly for <a>, which causes all these tests to fail. Ideally I'd do this in some other way, but the failure does stem from an incorrect implementation of HTML, so I'll leave it alone for now. TODO: This relies on reflection to test reflection, so it could mask bugs. Either get a JS implementation of the "resolve a URL" algorithm, or just specify expected values manually here. It shouldn't be too hard to write special cases for all the values we test. 44687
resources 1
self-origin.any.js 127
self-origin.sub.html 3976
usvstring-reflection.https.html USVString test relate to url 5194