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Davie33
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well, the -moz- and -webkit- are prefixes that target specific brands of browsers (there is even -o- for opera). And border-radius is a css3 property.

No need to worry about that. The reason why you don't have to worry about it is because other browsers that don't support it will just ignore it. It will not cause any problems.

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Properties with prefixes like -moz- and -webkit- are non-standard properties.

 

Having said that, I don't care much about valid CSS. My websites always have valid HTML, but I only use the CSS validator if I have a problem and want to see if maybe I misplaced a character or something like that. Confining oneself to valid CSS takes away far too much creative and economical techniques.

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