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All major browsers render this simple 'square' differently
https://twitter.com/Martijn_Cuppens...

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  • 26
    That's not a simple square. That's some super weirdly written CSS and he should get punished for that much attention on a non-existing issue.

    Please tell me exactly what you would like to see happen given those properties?
  • 10
    I thought it was some wierd browser logos.
  • 10
    That is dogshit css. And the guy is a twat.
  • 0
    LOL if edge does it right (clearly someone don't use it)... Must be bullshit
  • 0
    @helloworld don't hold back. Tell us what you really think!
  • 2
    If you change the offset to a different value, chrome renders it like ie.
    If you change it back it still renders different than initally.

    Nonetheless: how about not being crazy about side effects when doing stuff the wrong way?
  • 9
    my personal hero:
  • 3
    Intentional bullshit.
  • 3
    Paraphrasing time!

    "*breaks vase* OH SHIT! LOOK! THE VASE IS BROKEN! OMG WTF!!!!"

    Dumbass.
  • 1
    The guy just posted an interesting fact, but you guys are raging like as if he said it was an actual issue. Yeah, it's shit css, but he never said it wasn't.
    Edit: sry for necro, algo pls
  • 0
    Had to post this "edge case" 😂😎
  • 0
    My $0.02: Unless there’s a clear violation of the standard then the only thing to blame is the standard itself for not covering this case (edgy as it is). It’s not the browser’s fault for interpreting some vague or unclear part of the standard differently from another browser.
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