Flexbox browser compatiability

Browser support for flexbox is excellent, and the majority of browsers do not need a prefix at this point. Safari was the last of the major browsers to remove prefixes, with the release of Safari 9 in 2015. The two browsers you should still keep in mind for cross-browser compatibility are:

  • Internet Explorer 10, which implemented the display: flexbox version of the specification with the -ms- prefix.
  • UC Browser, which still supports the 2009 display: box version only with the -webkit- prefix.

Note also that Internet Explorer 11 supports the modern display: flex specification however it has a number of bugs in the implementation.

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