Bugs happen to me more often than I would like.
That’s not what I mean, not even a special browser regarding standards. So I don’t really argue with my wife, she mostly uses Chrome, I more often use Firefox and Safari I can’t test.
And in Firefox it does not work as expected at the moment. Possibly a bug as well?
But even if jQuery is not really necessary anymore and the browsers behave much more consistent than before, it is still not perfect.
Such tables would otherwise not be needed at all. In former times they were very “colourful” because of the different support of things.
A simple example - two different working methods - no standard?
In my triangulation of implicit surfaces Addon for triangulation of implicit surfaces/ forms with holes I have the Example
There it is important that you can follow the development of the triangle with the slider. Interesting for the observer, but indispensable for me during the development for troubleshooting.
If you place the slider at an important place, e.g. where the front joins, and make a small change in the program to see what the result is, you have to update the page.
Two browsers react differently.
One goes to the middle position, the other remembers the position and immediately shows me the result of my change.
What is better there is of course always dependent on the specific case. In the same way the design is different, here it doesn’t matter, in other cases it’s not. Then you program a slider yourself again.