Web standards like HTML5 and CSS3 continue to change.  One of the most significant changes has been the W3C Candidate Recommendation for CSS Gradients which allows developers to code for modern browsers like Internet Explorer 10 without using vendor prefixes.  In this article, I’ll take you through some differences between the old and new syntax and behavior and provides some insight into the change.  Hopefully it will save you some time as you support many browsers.