Why do you only support text-stroke with the -webkit prefix i.e. -webkit-text-stroke
It is not generally know that you can use -webkit-text-stroke in firefox. -moz-text-stroke does not work. Why is this and how many other css rules are like this? Is this documented anywhere?
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Hi info325, there is documentation on the MDN site:
-moz-text-stroke does not work. Why is this and how many other css rules are like this? Is this documented anywhere?
Vendor-prefixed properties usually get standardized eventually. It appears that text-stroke is one of a number of exceptions that is NOT going to be standardized, and will always be a webkit property. It's on a list of webkit properties that other browsers are supposed to support for compatibility: