Now, at least the browsers are starting to all adopt standards which is 
definitely less of a headache for us as designers and coders. Even 
though they all agree on the standards though, each browser has it's own 
agenda - even Mozilla's Firebird has its own special CSS element 
properties that can be toyed with to do different things. You can see 
them all when using the DOM inspector within the program and loading up 
Computed Style, they all start with -moz from the bottom of the styles 
list up.
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The way I see it, if WE never say stop! they will always try and outdo each other, and 
there will never be a set standard.

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