On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 5:50 PM, Georg [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> On 12.07.2012 02:05, Kyle Sessions wrote:
>> My instinct would be to declare the non-vendor-prefixed one last, so
> > if/when the browser supports that version of the declaration, it will
> > overwrite the vendor-prefixed version of the declaration. Does that
> > sound right?
> Yes. Always the non-prefixed version last, for the reason you state.
> Is there something I'm not thinking of?
> Only that a browser vendor may choose to mess up the order/priority for
> whatever reason. And if that happens they will soon have to fix their own
> mess anyway, so no need for us to bother about it.
Thanks, Philippe and Georg; that all makes total sense! I saw some
vendor-prefixed declarations after some non-prefixed declarations in a CSS
file I'm working on, and, after a long day, I wasn't entirely sure if that
was right or not. ;)
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