The limits of @supports

Posted by: QuirksBlog, on 13 Jul 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Yesterday I talked about background-attachment and its confusing mobile compatibility patterns. Today I’ll talk about the ulterior motive I had for this retest: Conditional Rules support, which basically amounts to @supports.I’m working on an automated issue-raising system for Sevenval, and part of the purpose is figuring out if CSS is going to work in all, most, some, or no browsers by collating data from caniuse, StatCounter, and recommendations from me. This requires me to do quite a few tests...

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