An understandable reaction many people have when they realise they can’t use a certain feature of HTML, CSS or other web technologies is to blame the W3C for being slow. Sometimes doing so may be correct, but a lot of the time it is browser vendors who are slow to implement emerging standards.
Keeping track of which browsers – and from which version – support a particular recommendation or standard is no easy task. But there is help. Alexis Deveria’s When can I use… contains a lot of compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.
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