Tag Archives: css

Call for Help: Broken Site Deep Dive Investigation

Not too long ago we kicked off an analysis to answer the question, Does aliasing a subset of Webkit CSS properties in Gecko improve mobile Web compatibility? The preliminary results of our small study showed little improvement. The next step … Continue reading

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Come Test the Mobile Web! Tues Oct 23, 2012 – 12pm PT

To support our mobile Web compatibility evangelism efforts, we need to understand the top site issues. Come out tomorrow at 12pm PT to test the mobile Web and report issues. No experience necessary. We’ll help you get your test environment … Continue reading

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Mobile Web Compatibility Oct 5, 2012 – MozCamp, User Agents, Microsoft.com, Google Images and Maps

For various reasons I did not blog about mobile Web compatibility updates in September. Here then, are some highlights of what’s new in mobile Web compatibility this past month. MozCamp Europe 2012, Warsaw Jason Smith and I presented Opening Up … Continue reading

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Mobile Web Compatibility Aug. 24, 2012 – H.264, site fixes, Spade

Due to various reasons (vacation, infant needing a visit to the hospital), I skipped posting last week’s mobile Web compatibility summary. Here, then, is what’s new in mobile Web compatibility the past two weeks. H.264/AAC/MP3 decoding support H.264/AAC/MP3 audio and … Continue reading

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Preliminary results of aliasing Webkit CSS properties in Gecko analysis

The Mozilla Layout, QA, and Market Insight teams recently analyzed the impact of aliasing Webkit CSS properties in Gecko with the goal of answering the question, Does aliasing a subset of Webkit CSS properties in Gecko improve mobile Web compatibility? … Continue reading

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Mobile Web Compatibility July 13, 2012

Here’s what’s new in mobile Web compatibility this week. CSS unprefixing As Paul Rouget reported, this week the Firefox team unprefixed CSS3 animations, transitions, transforms and gradients. We also unprefixed the calc() function and IndexedDB. These changes are currently on … Continue reading

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