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    What Is Webkit In CSS3? And Why Is It Used?



    What Is Webkit In CSS3? And Why Is It Used?

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    Webkit is a web browser rendering engine used by Safari and Chrome. There are other similar rendering engines like Gecko for Mozilla, Presto for Opera, and Edge for IE.
    To enable Webkit on a web page, it requires prefixing the <-webkit> keyword with CSS values.

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    When CCS3 was first being introduced, a number of excited properties began to hit different browsers at different times. For example, the webkit-powered browsers (Safari and Chrome) were the first ones to introduce some of the animation-style properties like transform and transition. By using vendor prefixed properties, web designers were able to use those new features in their work and have them seen on the browsers that supported them right away, instead of having to wait for every other browser manufacturer to catch up!

    So from the perspective of a front-end web developer, browser prefixes are used to add new CSS features onto a site while having comfort knowing that the browsers will support those styles. This can be especially helpful when different browser manufacturers implement properties in slightly different ways or with a different syntax.

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