This is exactly what I love to hear from any browser vendor:
When it comes to browser compatibility, there are still too many missing features and edge-case bugs. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Things can and will get better, if browser vendors can understand what is causing the most pain, and take action to address the causes. In Chrome we’re doing our best to listen, and we’re doing our best to address what we’re hearing. We hope it helps, and we’re looking forward to a more compatible 2021.
I love the nod to that super clever div that looks different in every browser. This is a solid list from Stephen McGruer. My favorite:
Like Flexbox, CSS Grid is an important component of modern layout. Looking at the early survey results it seems like the story for CSS Grid support in Chromium is fairly good (we have our friends from Igalia to thank for that!). There is one clear exception – Chromium still doesn’t support subgrid.
Hopefully, it won’t be an exception for much longer. It’s still early days, but I’m excited to share that a team at Microsoft Edge are working on rearchitecting Chromium’s Grid support to use the new LayoutNG engine – and as part of this are intending to add subgrid support!
Not that anyone should relax, but I think right now is probably the best level of browser compatibility we’ve ever seen.
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