This site is designed with modern web feature detection standards, that is, by not complaining you for not using Google Chrome. However, as a friendly reminder, we usually give warnings to users who use:
If you are interested in designing and building websites like us, learn more about why detecting whether users are using Chrome or not are mostly a bad idea.
Note that, even with the latest versions, some web browsers might still fail slightly in Acid2 and Acid3, but this is mostly not an significant issue to us.
Our site heavily uses CSS Flexbox and CSS Grid to render content. While Flexbox has been supported in all major web browsers (including Internet Explorer 11!), CSS Grid are supported starting in latter versions of web browsers, starting from:
This site also uses the following features, which are not strictly required, but recommended to enjoy the best of our features.
Note for (>_ )s: Does the above result differs from the actual HTTP version that you’re currently using? It could also because our web server may not support that version, but Cloudlare upgraded the HTTP(S) connection under-the-hood to support yours. Please contact us if that really happens.
Your web browser should be able to render webfonts if you are able to see a green check mark below.Sample webfont provided by Fork Awesome.
Some of our blog posts contain emojis, and we prefer to use your operating system-provided emoji fonts as possible. However,
|System Default||Workaround||System Default||Workaround|
|15.0 (September 2022)|||||||||
|14.0 (September 2021)||🏼🏿🏽||🏼🏿🏽||🏼🏿🏽||🏼🏿🏽|
|13.1 (September 2020)||😶🌫️🧔🏻♀️🧑🏿❤️🧑🏾❤️🔥😵💫||😶🌫️🧔🏻♀️🧑🏿❤️🧑🏾❤️🔥😵💫||😶🌫️🧔🏻♀️🧑🏿❤️🧑🏾❤️🔥😵💫||😶🌫️🧔🏻♀️🧑🏿❤️🧑🏾❤️🔥😵💫|
|13.0 (March 2020)||🥲🥷🏿🐻❄️🧋🪄||🥲🥷🏿🐻❄️🧋🪄||🥲🥷🏿🐻❄️🧋🪄||🥲🥷🏿🐻❄️🧋🪄|
|12.1 (October 2019)||🧑🏻🦰🧑🏿🦯👩🏻🤝👩🏼🧑🎤🧑🎨||🧑🏻🦰🧑🏿🦯👩🏻🤝👩🏼🧑🎤🧑🎨||🧑🏻🦰🧑🏿🦯👩🏻🤝👩🏼🧑🎤🧑🎨||🧑🏻🦰🧑🏿🦯👩🏻🤝👩🏼🧑🎤🧑🎨|
|12.0 (February 2019)||🦩🦻🏿👩🏼🤝👩🏻🦧🪐||🦩🦻🏿👩🏼🤝👩🏻🦧🪐||🦩🦻🏿👩🏼🤝👩🏻🦧🪐||🦩🦻🏿👩🏼🤝👩🏻🦧🪐|
|11.0 (June 2018)||🥵🥶🦸🦠🧵||🥵🥶🦸🦠🧵||🥵🥶🦸🦠🧵||🥵🥶🦸🦠🧵|
|5.0 (May 2017)||🥤🤩🤬🧕🏼🧢||🥤🤩🤬🧕🏼🧢||🥤🤩🤬🧕🏼🧢||🥤🤩🤬🧕🏼🧢|
|4.0 (November 2016)||🤷♀️🏃♀️👨🏻🎨👱🏻♀️👩🏿🎓||🤷♀️🏃♀️👨🏻🎨👱🏻♀️👩🏿🎓||🤷♀️🏃♀️👨🏻🎨👱🏻♀️👩🏿🎓||🤷♀️🏃♀️👨🏻🎨👱🏻♀️👩🏿🎓|
|3.0 (June 2016)||🤣🦋1️⃣🤢🥕||🤣🦋1️⃣🤢🥕||🤣🦋1️⃣🤢🥕||🤣🦋1️⃣🤢🥕|
|2.0 (November 2015)||👋🏻👋🏼👋🏽👋🏾👋🏿||👋🏻👋🏼👋🏽👋🏾👋🏿||👋🏻👋🏼👋🏽👋🏾👋🏿||👋🏻👋🏼👋🏽👋🏾👋🏿|
|1.0 (August 2015)||🤑🤖🐿️🛤️🛍️||🤑🤖🐿️🛤️🛍️||🤑🤖🐿️🛤️🛍️||🤑🤖🐿️🛤️🛍️|
|Earlier (before Unicode 7.0 and 8.0)||😀🔰💯⏩✅||😀🔰💯⏩✅||😀🔰💯⏩✅||😀🔰💯⏩✅|
Emoji designs are often updated over time. However, one significant change happened in 2018, where emoji designers from Apple, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and Twitter agreed to standardize how their emojis look and feel across different apps and operating systems.
Remember Problem #1 before (“Older operating systems may bundle outdated or inconsistent emojis”)? To check whether your browser or operating system is still using outdated color emoji designs, try looking at your 💟 and 🔫 against the following correct and incorrect/outdated examples.
|Emoji Name||Examples||Your Turn|
|Negative Squared Cross Mark||❎|