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Discussion on: 10 HTML Elements You Didn't Know You Needed

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Davyd McColl

Great stuff Emma. Would love to see browser support information. I know it's time-consuming to look up. I'm going to head off to MDN to look for myself, but I think the info would add something valuable to an already valuable article.

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Stephen Irving

You can also write scss code and compile it to css with vendor prefixes added automatically for the browsers you tell the compiler to support, based on caniuse.com data. A lot of the new HTML5 elements can be supported with js polyfills and normalizer css too.

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Emma Bostian ✨ Author

You should check out CanIUse!

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Davyd McColl

I don't have enough ♥'s. And some kind person wrote a cli client for it too: github.com/sgentle/caniuse-cmd

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Davyd McColl

I also see that blockquote can have cite as a child element -- and then the citation is displayed nicely for the user. I'm definitely going to use that sometime. Thanks again for the awesome article (: