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# Test Compliance:
```
- level1/core 531/531 100%
- level1/html 238/238 100%
- level1/svg 527/527 100%
- level2/core 283/283 100%
- level2/html 687/687 100%
- level2/style 4/4 100%
- level2/extra 4/4 100%
- level3/xpath 93/93 100%
- window/index 5/5 100%
- window/script 8/8 100%
- window/frame 14/14 100%
- sizzle/index 12/15 80%
- jsdom/index 63/63 100%
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-TOTALS: 3/2472 failed; 99% success
-TIME: 16730ms
+ level1/core 532/532 100%
+ level1/html 238/238 100%
+ level1/svg 527/527 100%
+ level2/core 283/283 100%
+ level2/html 694/694 100%
+ level2/style 5/5 100%
+ level2/extra 4/4 100%
+ level2/events 24/24 100%
+ level3/xpath 93/93 100%
+ window/index 5/5 100%
+ window/script 10/10 100%
+ window/frame 14/14 100%
+ sizzle/index 12/15 80%
+ jsdom/index 77/80 96%
+ jsonp/jsonp 1/1 100%
+ browser/contextifyReplacement 4/4 100%
+ browser/index 21/22 95%
+------------------------------------------------------
+TOTALS: 7/2551 failed; 99% success
```
## Running the tests
First you'll want to `npm install`. To run all the tests, use `npm test`, which just calls `node test/runner`.
-Using `test/runner` directly, you can slice and dice which tests your want to run from different levels. Usage is as
-follows:
+Using `test/runner` directly, you can slice and dice which tests your want to run from different levels. Usage is as follows:
```
test/runner --help

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