Learn To Code All Platforms

Don’t use browser-specific code, such as these “webkit” and “moz” styles. This creates clutter. Follow the accepted standards. Eventually the browser will implement the standard properly. Just be patient.

As far as JavaScript compatibility, you can trust jQuery to handle unexpected quirks for you. With so many new operating systems and devices, that’s important. Your users have jQuery cached anyway, why not use it? Purist amateurs that rely on vanilla JavaScript for everything are playing Russian Roulette.

You don’t have time to test every browser on every device, every year. But if you follow standards and use jQuery, your code will work almost everywhere.

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