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While I understand and agree with what the article is saying, I think a primary driver for other browsers catching up was that they were forced to because developers refused to spend the time dealing with quirks and browsers that didn't correctly implement standards.

Necessity is the mother of invention.

If developers catered to the other browsers like they used to we wouldn't have seen the dramatically improved compatibility we now have.

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