Comparison of Layout Engines (non-standard HTML) - Proprietary HTML Attributes

Proprietary HTML Attributes

<table> Attribute Deprecated for Function Supported first by Trident Gecko WebKit KHTML Presto bgproperties body Determines whether background image scrolls with the background Internet Explorer 3.1 No Yes Yes No bordercolor body Sets colors for 3-D table borders in the table, td, th, and tr elements Internet Explorer No Yes Yes No bordercolordark body Sets colors for 3-D table borders in the table, td, th, and tr elements Internet Explorer No No No No bordercolorlight body Sets colors for 3-D table borders in the table, td, th, and tr elements Internet Explorer controls img Uses the img element to place video or audio clips Internet Explorer No No No No dynsrc img Uses the img element to place video or audio clips Internet Explorer No No No No event script Defines function to call for an object. Internet Explorer Partial ? ? ? for script Defines the object to bind a scripting event. Internet Explorer Partial ? ? ? frame table Controls the display of the outer borders of a table in the table tag Internet Explorer Yes ? Yes No framespacing frameset Sets the amount of space between frames Internet Explorer ? ? No No leftmargin body Sets the margin between the browser window and the contents of the page Internet Explorer 3.1 ? ? Yes No loop img Uses the img element to place video or audio clips Internet Explorer No No No No rightmargin body Sets the margin between the browser window and the contents of the page Internet Explorer 3.1 ? ? No No start img Uses the img element to place video or audio clips Internet Explorer No No No No target form Specifies a target window or frame for the output of a form Internet Explorer No ? Yes No valign caption Sets vertical alignment of table caption Internet Explorer 3.1 ? ? No No

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