@supports Rule: CSS Tutorial (Day 24 of CSS3 in 30 Days)

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The @supports rule allows you to check if a browser supports a specific css rule. Learn how to use it in this video.

⭐️Files you need ⭐️
💻Supports Code: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3ijnisickoa1pk4/AAD9ujKUGl6aqVT2JGUfe2oQa?dl=0
💻All tutorials in this series need this “_theme-styles” directory (only download once): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/890hx6ke34oovaz/AAByJ-jb-H5pWuIUx7t_GvQqa?dl=0

This video works as a stand-alone tutorial but is also day 24 of CSS3 in 30 Days. For the rest of the series, check out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWKjhJtqVAbl1AfjiGyYxwpdAPi5v-1OU

CSS3 in 30 Days is developed by Brad Hussey. Check out his website for more great tutorials: https://codecollege.ca/

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  1. GoCode Media

    That is the coolest episode. Straight to the point and clean. I love the idea of doing something different. It came out as a cool surprise at least to me. I think I am gonna try similar thing by surprising my subscribes with something surprisingly cool. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. This is such a useful property. It allows you to do so many fun things without sacrificing support for older browsers. I love creating fancy animations and text effects which I can easily ignore if the browser does not support it.

  3. Johnny

    I think that cup is empty… 🤔

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  5. WARwithPC

    This tutorial also includes how to destroy a keyboard 😂

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