Back in April, I reported the release of Acid2, a new standards compliance test. Seven months later, I am proud to report that Safari is the first publicly-released browser to pass the Acid2 test. Passing the Acid2 test was no walk in the park for the Safari and WebKit developers. If you don’t believe me, take the Acid2 test with Firefox v1.0.7 or Internet Explorer v6.x. If you are interested in the more technical aspects of this accomplishment, then you may want to see the list of changes that the Safari and WebKit developers have made in order to pass the Acid2 test.