- The Future of Epiphany (April 1, 2008)
Category Archives: browser
>The main browser engines support some CSS properties (or property values) that are not (yet) standardized. These get a browser engine-specific prefix, to maintain future compatibility, as the property (value) may make it into a standard, but possibly with slightly different characteristics.
The prefixes used are:
- -moz- for Mozilla-based browsers (such as Firefox and Camino);
- -o- for Opera;
- -webkit- for WebKit-based browsers (such as Safari, OmniWeb and iCab);
- -khtml- for KHTML-based browsers (such as Konqueror).
Here are lists of CSS properties/property values specific to these browsers:
>Although I’m not too enthusiastic about the new Apple Safari 3 beta, one simple feature I do appreciate a lot is the way it highlights find-on-page results. It really makes day-to-day browsing more productive.
I wonder if there is any Firefox 2.0 plugin that can do something similar. So far I haven’t been able to find anything.