We've come a long way in the last few years and the following labels are no longer relevant: - New in Firefox 3 - New in Firefox 4 - New in Gecko 2.0 - Requires Gecko 1.9 - Requires Gecko 1.9.2 These tags are largely irrelevant to most developers and showing them in lists and directories of methods/events/tags/etc. only muddies up the page and makes it more difficult to read. Instead of these labels, we should prefer compatibility tables.
I'm removing them little by little. We really should add compatibility tables on all Open Web Content (DOM, CSS, HTML, JS). We need help in adding more of these.
We are working on a plan to make these hideable so we can retain the information but not display it unless someone specifically wants to see it.
Whiteboard: u=mdn p=0
Please try to super reload in page that has this problem. (CTRL+F5) It will probably fix.
Yep, nowadays these labels shouldn't be displayed anymore. If you find one please file a specific bug: it has gone through unnoticed.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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