HTML5test how well does your browser support HTML5?

HTML5test is dead

HTML5test is dead. It's been dead for a while. In fact it hasn't been updated since 2016.

And that is fine. This website has served it's purpose and helped popularise HTML5 with a general audience and developers. It pushed companies to invest in their browsers and it kept them honest. And from talking to people working for those companies over the years it worked. It helped convince people higher up to invest more resources, because nobody wants their browser to look bad.

The goal of this website was always to push browsers to adopt HTML5. To make HTML5 available for users and developers in all browsers. And if just one feature is now available to developers in all browsers thanks to HTML5test, this website has served it's purpose. And I know for sure that it has served it's purpose. HTML5 is now generally supported and there aren't any truly bad browsers anymore.

I'll try to keep this page online as a snapshot of the original test, and there is an unofficial updated version available at

It was fun to work on this project while it lasted. I have some awesome memories of talking to the people at the W3C, Apple, Mozilla, Google and Microsoft. Thanks for all the support over the years!

Niels Leenheer