Well you have a couple of options.
HTML rendering/printing/editing engine
Supports everything that Mozilla or Firefox does.
Let use know if you figure out how to actually build it.
Supports everything KHTML does or will support.
The following standards are supported by the KHTML engine:
* HTML 4.01
* CSS 1
* CSS 2.1 (screen and paged media)
* CSS 3 Selectors
* CSS 3 Other (multiple backgrounds, box-sizing and text-shadow)
* PNG, MNG, JPEG, GIF graphic formats
* DOM 1, 2 and partially 3
* Partial Scalable Vector Graphics support
WebkitGdk "Gtk+ Webcore Fork"
Same as Gtk+ Webcore but may be more stable.
Or you could build your own.
Start by building an html parser and then use cairo
to render the pages that your html parser parses.
Here is a tutorial on building gtk+/cairo widgets.
http://www.gnomejournal.org/article/34/ ... -and-gtk28
http://www.gnomejournal.org/article/36/ ... k28-part-2
Hope that helps