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  • Vendor Specific Prefixes

    A tedious part of CSS coding is adding Vendor Specific Prefixes (VSPs), which enable CSS features specific to a particular browser engine. VSPs were introduced to speed the development and adoption of CSS3. Not everyone likes VSPs and I have added some links at the end of this post where you can read about the concerns they raise. However, you have to use VSPs if you want to take advantage of some of the newest CSS3 features. In this article, I show which CSS3 properties currently require VSPs and provide links to some third-party scripts that add VSPs automatically so you don't have to.

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