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In my last post regarding sIFR, I compared sIFR against a few of the other popular font replacement methods such as Cufon and FLIR. Since there is obviously a great deal of interest in the subject of font replacement, I figured it would be beneficial to show a deeper analysis without regarding the other implementations.
Too often I look at code where developers aren’t keeping up with standards and browser adoption and compatibility. This tip will save you from writing a bunch of browser prefixes and thus writing extra, redundant code. As of the date of this posting the latest versions of Opera, Firefox, Chrome and Safari all support “border-radius” without a prefix. I’ve confirmed this on http://css3.info though I’m not sure what the latest adoption by IE9 is.
Also, for those that will rebuttal and argue that older versions of these browsers don’t support it, to you I’d say look up the statistics of old versions of these browsers being out in the wild and stuff it please, because the percentage of users that don’t upgrade these browsers is so low and insignificant that I really don’t want to hear the argument 🙂
That concludes today’s “Tip of the Day” check back again tomorrow!