Discovering modern CSS techniques is one of the best ways to spruce up the overall web design process. If you’ve been working with CSS, you might have encountered a few layouts or cross-browser compatibility issues. For example, CSS3 styles do not work with legacy versions of Internet Explorer. Still, there are many instances where we want to use a feature and discover it is not supported or behaves differently among browsers. Therefore while working on web development technologies, browser compatibility testing of websites and web apps is also important.
However, as web technologies evolve, developers are striving to figure out how to cope with other issues as well. For example, leverage other libraries to optimize the loading time of a heavily loaded website or make the div tags more responsive without relying much on Bootstrap. With the evolving and increasing challenges, CSS has evolved as well.