Webmonkey heeft een preview gepost van Gecko, de nieuwe super compacte layout engine van Netscape. Hij's ook nog eens 100% compliant met de W3C CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) en DOM (Document Object Model) standaarden:
Don't just take my word for it - try it yourself: Download the preview version of Gecko (be sure to read all the disclaimers) from Netscape's DevEdge site. Unzip it onto your desktop and then run the apprunner.exe file you'll find hiding a few folders down from the top level. Start your surfing with a test page that our friends at Verso created. It's an especially complicated CSS page that not a single browser we've ever tried could render properly. Navigator 4.5, IE 5, Opera, and others draw the boxes everywhere but where they should be. Gecko, however, renders the page exactly as it should. If Gecko can parse nested CSS parameters like this correctly, it can probably handle any of the simpler page layouts most of us need in order to build our sites. But that doesn't mean it's ready to roll.