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    I recently discovered that Firefox will ignore -moz-transition: all 0 ease; due to the fact that the 0 has no unit declared. Changing it to -moz-transition: all 0s ease; fixes the issue but then CSS Lint makes you feel like a small child for specifying a unit on a 0 value!

    Anyone else have this issue? Any idea why it is happening?


    Why you would use 0s in a transition?


    @sldr Nice buttons, looks fantastic.

    Again, with the 0s transition there is none transition… Instead of use 0s you can use none, (test). Also in Firefox you can use none to eliminate the transition when pressed.

    This work for you?


    why declare it in the first place? 0, none, or not declared – it’s all the same…


    Well @sl1dr There is a difference between this rules, “transition” will accept “none”, and it’s fine. Ah, I ignored the -moz- and -o- prefix because I was in Safari ;)

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