Last updated on : 2022-06-30
CSS Levels 2 and 3 only allowed the :not() pseudo-class to accept a single simple selector. For instance, :not(a), :not(.b), or :not([c]) did not work. Level 4 introduces support for lists of selectors in :not(). For example, :not(a, .b), [c]) can be written as :not(a), .b) and [c]).
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To make a right testing strategy it's important to understand how many users are actually using Opera 73
To help you build the right browser testing matrix, here's the overall marketshare of both Opera browser and Opera version 73.
Opera Mini 4.4
Data Source: Statcounter.com
Data Source: Statcounter.com
To create a automation testing strategy for checking your webapps on Opera 73, you first need to check what technologies are supported on Opera 73.
Here's a list of all web technologies categorized by thier support level for Opera 73.
Browser Support For IE Versions
Browser Support For Edge Versions
Browser Support For Firefox Versions
Browser Support For Chrome Versions
Browser Support For Safari Versions
Browser Support For Opera Versions
Browser Support For Safari on iOS Versions
Browser Support For Android Browser Versions
Browser Support For Opera Mobile Versions
Browser Support For Chrome for Android Versions
Browser Support For Firefox for Android Versions
Browser Support For Samsung Internet Versions
The Opera browser was originally released in 1996 by the Opera Software company. It has remained a popular web browser for many years and is still actively developed today. In 2013, it announced that it would switch from its proprietary Presto engine to the open-source Chromium project.
Opera features a built-in screenshot tool; this is just one of the many features Opera has adopted from other web browsers, including Speed Dial, pop-up blocking, re-opening recently closed pages, private browsing, and tabbed browsing. Opera is a Web browser that is smaller in size, faster and more stable than Mozilla or Microsoft browsers.
Opera has released a new cryptocurrency wallet for Android phones. The app, available on the beta and developer versions of Opera for Android, supports Web 3, which is specifically for mobile payments and cryptocurrency payments. The wallet is highly secure, and funds are stored with full control from the user. There is no need to enter a PIN code or password, as the user's smartphone will act as their way to unlock the wallet.
Opera lets you easily chat through Facebook Messenger, VKontakte and WhatsApp from your PC, including muting your notifications and tracking them on your phone.
To download Opera browser’s latest version, visit the official Opera website.
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