Google's new HTML5 website development tool doesn't embrace cross-browser development and instead includes many WebKit prefixes that will hobble a website's performance in Firefox or Internet Explorer, Simon Bisson writes. "A full-time web developer will know how to add cross-browser code, but most casual users won't have those skills. That means it's far too easy to use Google Web Designer to produce pages that lock users into Chrome-specific features," he writes.

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