Browser Compatibility

+1 Robert Summers · October 10, 2014
I am creating a website but if someone views the site in IE, Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Safari. How do I make sure the same content appears as it does for every browser?

Kind Regards and Many Thanks in Return
Robert

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0 Robert Summers · October 12, 2014
If using webkit, do I have to type 

-ms-
Microsoft
mso-
Microsoft Office
-moz-
Mozilla Foundation (Gecko-based browsers)
-o-
Opera Software
-atsc-
Advanced Television Standards Committee
-wap-
The WAP Forum
-webkit-
Safari (and other WebKit-based browsers)
-khtml-
Konqueror browser

for each different kit in case someone uses a different browser compared to another?

Many thanks 
Robert
0 Ray LeDuc · October 12, 2014
I could have sworn that I included the link to the article, however I miss placed the link and will continue to look in the mean time here is a bit of what it was about and I hope it helps you.  


http://www.sitepoint.com/web-foundations/vendor-specific-properties/
0 Robert Summers · October 10, 2014
And thank you Ranie :)
0 Robert Summers · October 10, 2014
What article? 
0 Ray LeDuc · October 10, 2014
Hey Robert there is also another possibility that if your using CSS3 styles you may still need to add extensions. here is an article about extensions. I hope this helps you out. 
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