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CSS CSS Foundations CSS Gradients Radial Gradients: Unprefixed Syntax

How can we tell to use prefix or unprefixed syntax??

How can we tell to use prefix or unprefixed syntax??

3 Answers

James Barnett
James Barnett
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If you are curious about the support of various properties and if they are unprefixed check out Can I Use.

If you want to take a hundred lines of CSS and add the relevant prefixes that's what prefix free is for.

Hi Matt,

Can I Use.. can help with that.

The example above for transform has hovers for certain browsers which also defines the prefix required.

Hope that helps :)


Thanks man, helps alot :)