3
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3answers
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Strategies for browser compatibility on web applications in a corporate environment [closed]

With the new CSS 3 and HTML 5 technology, web applications have gained a lot of new tools for a better UI (user interface) interaction, beautiful templates and even responsive layout to fit into ...
2
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1answer
226 views

How to gracefully handle unsupported browsers?

Recently I have started experimenting with some of the newer W3C specifications such as WebGL and the Web Audio API that are not yet widely supported in browsers. As I want my page to look ...
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4answers
270 views

Is it legitimate to ask co-workers to use specific browser in an intranet website?

I developed an intranet (local network) ASP.NET web project for my co-workers. In the development process I used Chrome and Firefox and didn't test much with Internet Explorer. The website works ...
0
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1answer
233 views

Web Programming Cross Browser Frustrations Normal? [duplicate]

So I'm a relatively junior programmer, been doing it for a couple years now and have been recently working on a redo of the company's website, and have ran into some frustrations and was just ...
9
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3answers
318 views

What is the reason to put prefixes in new CSS features?

Is there a valid reason for the browsers to prefix new CSS features, instead of letting the webmasters use the non-prefixed version? For example, a sample code for the background gradient looks like: ...