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CSS usage on the web platform (microsoft.com)
25 points by robin_reala 11 months ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 6 comments

It would be much much useful, to show which ones are actually properly supported by IE, probably would be less work.

transition is at 0%?

If you click through, they explain what's going on. https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platfor...

"Wait, transition is used only 0% of the time? That can't be right. This data is for a CSS shorthand (eg: background) which is normally expanded to the appropriate longhands by the browser's engine and placed into the CSS Object Model. In some instances this can not be done, such as when a site uses custom properties. This results in confusingly low numbers, but the data for the shorthand is actually in its appropriate longhand. Click the link below to see the data for all of the longhands that map to this shorthand."

All the data looks plausible other than a few very popular properties at the bottom.

My guess would be that the scale only goes up to 99.x% and any values of 100 are being shown as zero.

Edit: ... and I was wrong. @blatherard has explained it.

My thoughts exactly, border and border-radius are also at 0% something doesn’t add up.

Same thing with padding and margin... 0%

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