Turns out lots of people think vendor prefixes need to be used carefully if at all. A List Apart is one of the authorities on web design practices. Lea Verou writes:
In our eagerness to use the new bling, we often forget how many people fought in the past decade to enable us to write code without forks and hacks and expect it to work interoperably. If you have been in this field more than a few years, you surely remember that it wasn’t always like this. The reason we now have this convenience is web standards, hard won in the Browser Wars.
You might be surprised to hear that web standards did exist during the Browser Wars too.
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