-Webkit Winning

Scott Gilbertson, over at webmonkey, has an interesting piece on developers preferring the -webkit prefix in their CSS, and how this could be bad for the web.

…at the CSS Working Group meeting, Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera announced that each are planning to add support for some -webkit prefixed CSS properties. In other words, because web developers are using only the -webkit prefix, other browsers must either add support for -webkit or risk being seen as less capable browsers even when they aren’t.

via webmonkey

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