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Prefix Magazine: Daily music news, reviews, interviews. | Prefix

25 Nov 2016

Introducing: Gross Net

photos: Autumn Andel Northern Ireland suffers from the lowest arts funding in the UK, mixed that factor with

Prefix free: Break free from CSS vendor prefix hell!

Something like this belongs to the server-side

A server side script would need to add all prefixes, making the size of the CSS file considerably larger. Also, it should maintain a list of features that need prefixes, or add them all and unnecessarily bloat the stylesheet. -prefix-free automatically detects what needs a prefix and what doesn’t.

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