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    Is there a source somewhere, that is kept up-to-date, that shows which of the CSS3 code requires prefixes such as -moz and -webkit ?

    I would like to start doing some animation, and I have been watching some older tutorials where these prefixes are used, but I don’t know if they are still required in today’s browser.


    Thank you Paulie_D,

    This is exactly what I have been looking for.


    Participant is a great (IMO the best) source to look up browser support

    As managing prefixes is nasty and makes writing/maintaining code more time-consuming, there are some projects out there, that help you with that.

    If you use a preprocessor like sass/less/stylus, just use one of the many libraries (bourbon, compass, …) and the corresponding mixins. Alternatively there are post-processors like autoprefixer ( that automatically add them after you edited your css-file => cleaner code, less to write, easier to read and always up-to-date (if a new prefix is added by a specific browser/vendor it’s automatically added the next time u edit the css-file watched by autoprefixer)

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