NOSOTROS TAMBIÉN SOMOS COOL! :(
Please don’t implement Webkit prefixes. The very idea is absurd, goes against the entire reason for having CSS prefixes, and makes me a sad panda. What happens if/when Webkit decides to change the implementation of
-webkit-text-size-adjust? They’re completely in their right to do so, as it’s their recommendation. That’s why it has a
-webkitin front of it.
If you want developers using more of your prefixes, then you probably need to offer more innovative specs, do a better job marketing your features, or simply gain more marketshare. We don’t throw
-webkitin front of stuff because it’s fun, we do it to target the most powerful/prevalent mobile browsers, animate stuff (smoothly, ahem), or polish UI to show off for fellow Mac-loving, Webkit-using, designers.
Stealing prefixes is cheating and is going to screw up a nice little system. Please don’t.
Update: In case you aren’t familiar with the discussion, see here.
Cierto esto es demasiado ladilla cuando una hace pag web.