‘Crazy’ Firefox and Opera CSS blasted

Mobile platform strategist Peter-Paul Koch has lashed out at Firefox and Opera, due to the browser vendors’ implementations of the CSS device-pixel-ratio media query. As noted on the W3 CSS WG Blog, the query was ‘invented’ by WebKit rather than using the standardised 'resolution', and largely through the success of iOS devices, it’s become a common inclusion in many web pages.

However, Mozilla and Opera have used alternative syntax, as in the following example, which Koch presented on his post:

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