Find out what CSS Safari supports and what it doesn’t

There’s a great page on the Mac site that lists exactly which CSS rules are supported by Safari. I’d love to see a grid of all major browsers and what CSS they support. While outdated, this CSS3 support grid is a nice start. Heck, maybe I’ll get off my duff and do one myself. If you know of a browser CSS or JS Support grid, leave a comment for everyone to share

Author: Ted

Accessibility is more than making sure images have alternate text. I work with engineers, product managers, and designers to understand how accessibility impacts the users, set realistic deadlines, and create the solutions to provide a delightful experience to all users, regardless of their physical, sensory, or cognitive ability.

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