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Ø HTML5 and CSS3 readiness

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A cool visualisation of browser support per HTML5/CSS3 feature. Each browser is represented with a tile on the bar and gets an equal width of space, so if you see a bar that is full, that means that feature has universal support among all the 8 browsers (IE7-9, FF3.5-3.7, Opera, Safari 4, Chrome 4).

The site is coded using HTML5 and CSS3 tricks - try zooming with your mouse's scrollwheel (or ctrl-swiping).

Ø permalink: https://davidroessli.com/logs/2010/04/html5_and_css3_readiness/

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