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So i made a text mask with a background image moving behind it . All done in css/webkit. I did this kind of quickly because it was a perfect method and i was excited. (without realizing the Mozilla support issues.)
so my question is three part: Are there alternatives or workarounds to supporting firefox with webkit usage? if no, Can i use one framwork on all browser engines? also an jquery do this, even on mobile devices?
and one last Q, if i use Gecko wont i run into the same problem? but with chrome/safari support?
hope this makes sense.. and Thanks in advance!
you have -moz for mozilla
that cssdesk is nice, would be cool if you could create an account and store / load different codes...
Webkit is an engine, not a framework.
Various browsers support upcoming (non-ratified) features of future CSS specifications using a vendor prefix .. that's what ESKEMA's referring to up there ^
I get that Webkit is an engine, i was wondering if anyone knew of a framework i could use that worked on mobile devices and was cross platform. (minus IE, cuz i dont need it to be required)
i figure if i move away from rendering engines (Gecko /webkit) i may have better compatibility...
and yeah CSSdesk is nice, i hope the move to the functionality of pastebin
just notes on the subject & bump.
** Mozilla Reference / Gecko:
first look at Firefox 3.0
this used a masked png.