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remove khtml prefix #454

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paulirish opened this Issue Dec 16, 2011 · 7 comments

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paulirish commented Dec 16, 2011

It's not needed and Konqueror has no CSS3/HTML5 uses of it (except for box-sizing)

  1. does konqueror use any khtml prefixes (now or recently) and on what properties?
  2. if konqueror is actively using khtml vendor prefixes, does their market share warrant support?
    • they're not, so it's moot.
    • the only stats I have seen regarding Konqueror (and the other linux variety's browser shares) put them at under 3% of Linux users, cumulatively.

We already did this in compass, btw: Compass/compass#598


edit: webkit removed support for khtml aliasing too http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/113795

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ryanseddon commented Dec 19, 2011

Yeah kill it. I've never once used it, nor know anyone who has.

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addyosmani commented Jan 17, 2012

+1 on the kill.

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impressivewebs commented Jan 17, 2012

what's khtml? ;)

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sindresorhus commented Jan 17, 2012

+1, murder it!

@impressivewebs KHTML is the rendering engine in the web browser Konqueror. Webkit is a fork of KHTML.

@paulirish paulirish closed this in 1c8e8ee Jan 29, 2012

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SkaveRat commented Jan 29, 2012

why was it there in the first place?

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RodrigoAyala commented Jan 29, 2012

Cool, remove it!, I'm a heavy linux user and I don't know someone that uses Konqueror, so removing the khtml prefix will be safe.

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paulirish commented Nov 28, 2012

for reference: this is when webkit dropped the alias: http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/113795

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