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CSS Unused CSS Stages Transitions and Transforms Transitions: Part 1

Fernando Ramos
Fernando Ramos
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Why did transition duration get listed as "transition-duration: in style sheet and -webkit-duration: for Chrome vendor?

Did I miss something in Transitions: Part1 video towards the end Guil states vendor browser specific code needs to be added for the transition-duration property but instead of listing it like " -webkit-transition-duration: .3s;" he listed it as "-webkit-duration: .3s;" leaving out the "transition" word out... was this a goof or another shorthand specific he sneaked in? Just curious.

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