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Do any text-mode browsers support HTML5?

Does anyone know of a text-mode browser with HTML5 support? Googling has turned up nothing. From the list of text-mode browsers at wikipedia, only Lynx and Links still look to be maintained - and ...
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How can I disable HTML5 content in popular browsers like Firefox and Chrome?

The bad thing about Flash video was that it required a third-party plugin to play the content. The good thing was I could select which content to play; using the click-to-play feature in Firefox and ...
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Is there any possible way to automute ads on YouTube?

This is probably going to be very difficult because YouTube uses both a flash player and a HTML5 player, but is there any possible way to make sure that when ads are being played, the volume is muted, ...
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Is there any way to select the sound device for HTML5 audio playback?

By default, Firefox uses the system's default audio device for HTML5 audio playback and the program offers no possibility to select an alternative audio device, if several audio devices are present on ...
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Is it possible to perform offline testing on my Web Browser on which features under HTML5 it support

I notice this website - http://html5test.com/ that I can test my web browser on which HTML5 features it support. However, this mean that I will need to be online in order to test my web browser. ...
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Are there any browser limits to the length of a line in HTML?

Do any browsers (Internet Explorer in particular) have bugs relating to the length of a line in HTML source code? Assuming the source code is being optimised for HTML parsers/renderers and not for ...
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html5 audio play doesn't work on firefox/chrome

I would like to play big mp3 file (30MB) with tag in my web site, but it doesn't seem like working on Firefox 8.0 and Chrome 16.0.912. It works well with Safari tho. Under Firefox and Chrome, small ...
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HTML 5 video and web browsers

Is there any video format that is supported by all 4 major browser, IE, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera? The current selection is Ogg, H.264, and something called VP8 I believe?