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HTML

              
                <svg viewBox="0 0 200 200">
  <g class="path">
    <circle class="inactive-1" cx="100" cy="100" />
    <circle class="inactive-2" cx="100" cy="100" />
    <circle class="inactive-3" cx="100" cy="100" />
  </g>
  <g class="rings">
    <circle id="hours" class="circle-1" cx="100" cy="100" />
    <circle id="minutes" class="circle-2" cx="100" cy="100" />
    <circle id="seconds" class="circle-3" cx="100" cy="100" />
  </g>
  <g class="time">
    <text id="hourText" class="time-display" x="96" y="13"></text>
    <text id="minuteText" class="time-display" x="96" y="33"></text>
    <text id="secondText" class="time-display" x="96" y="53"></text>
    <text id="meridiemText" class="meridiem-display" x="100" y="108"></text>
  </g>
</svg>
              
            
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CSS

              
                $circle1: 90px;
$circle2: 70px;
$circle3: 50px;
$speed: 1500ms;

@function circumference($val) {
  @return $val * 6.28
}

body {
  background-color: black;
  margin: 0;
}

.backgroundblendmode body:after {
  content: '';
  display: block;
  height: 50vw;
  width: 50vw;
  position: absolute;
  top: calc(50vh - 25vw);
  left: calc(50vw - 25vw);
  background: radial-gradient(50vw at 35vw 10vw, rgba(white, 1) 10%, rgba(black, 0));
  mix-blend-mode: overlay;
}

svg {
  width: 50vw;
  margin-top: calc(50vh - 25vw);
  margin-left: calc(50vw - 25vw);
}

.rings {
  transform: rotate(-90deg);
  transform-origin: 100px 100px;
}

circle {
  fill: none;
  stroke-width: 15px;
  stroke-linecap: round;
  transform-origin: center;
  transition: stroke-dashoffset linear 1s;
}

.circle-1 {
  stroke: #F9003D;
  r: $circle1;
  stroke-dashoffset: circumference($circle1);
  stroke-dasharray: circumference($circle1);
}

.circle-2 {
  stroke: #9AFF0F;
  r: $circle2;
  stroke-dashoffset: circumference($circle2);
  stroke-dasharray: circumference($circle2);
}

.circle-3 {
  stroke: #23FBEB;
  r: $circle3;
  stroke-dashoffset: circumference($circle3);
  stroke-dasharray: circumference($circle3);
}

.time-display {
  fill: black;
  font-family: "SanFranciscoDisplay-Light", "AvenirNext-Regular", sans-serif;
  font-size: 10px;
}

.meridiem-display {
  fill: white;
  font-family: "SanFranciscoDisplay-Regular", "AvenirNext-Regular", sans-serif;
  font-size: 30px;
  text-anchor: middle;
}

.inactive-1 {
  stroke: darken(#F9003D,45%);
  r: $circle1;
}

.inactive-2 {
  stroke: darken(#9AFF0F,50%);
  r: $circle2;
}

.inactive-3 {
  stroke: darken(#23FBEB,52%);
  r: $circle3;
}
              
            
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                function getOffset(el) {
  var unit = window.getComputedStyle(el).getPropertyValue("stroke-dashoffset");
  var s = unit.split('px');
  return s[0];
}

var hoursCircumference = getOffset(hours),
    minutesCircumference = getOffset(minutes),
    secondsCircumference = getOffset(seconds);

function timer() {
  var currentHours = Math.round(hoursCircumference-((moment().format("h")) / 12 ) * hoursCircumference),
      currentMinutes = Math.round(minutesCircumference-((moment().format("m")) / 60 ) * minutesCircumference),
      currentSeconds = Math.round(secondsCircumference-((moment().format("s")) / 60 ) * secondsCircumference);
  hours.style.strokeDashoffset =  currentHours + 'px';
  minutes.style.strokeDashoffset = currentMinutes + 'px';
  seconds.style.strokeDashoffset = currentSeconds + 'px';
  hourText.textContent = moment().format("h");
  minuteText.textContent = moment().format("m");
  secondText.textContent = moment().format("s");
  meridiemText.textContent = moment().format("A");
}

var timerDisplay = setInterval('timer()', 10);


// Mix Blend Mode for Overlay gradient
/*!
 * modernizr v3.3.1
 * Build https://modernizr.com/download?-backgroundblendmode-setclasses-dontmin
 *
 * Copyright (c)
 *  Faruk Ates
 *  Paul Irish
 *  Alex Sexton
 *  Ryan Seddon
 *  Patrick Kettner
 *  Stu Cox
 *  Richard Herrera

 * MIT License
 */

/*
 * Modernizr tests which native CSS3 and HTML5 features are available in the
 * current UA and makes the results available to you in two ways: as properties on
 * a global `Modernizr` object, and as classes on the `<html>` element. This
 * information allows you to progressively enhance your pages with a granular level
 * of control over the experience.
*/

;(function(window, document, undefined){
  var classes = [];
  

  var tests = [];
  

  /**
   *
   * ModernizrProto is the constructor for Modernizr
   *
   * @class
   * @access public
   */

  var ModernizrProto = {
    // The current version, dummy
    _version: '3.3.1',

    // Any settings that don't work as separate modules
    // can go in here as configuration.
    _config: {
      'classPrefix': '',
      'enableClasses': true,
      'enableJSClass': true,
      'usePrefixes': true
    },

    // Queue of tests
    _q: [],

    // Stub these for people who are listening
    on: function(test, cb) {
      // I don't really think people should do this, but we can
      // safe guard it a bit.
      // -- NOTE:: this gets WAY overridden in src/addTest for actual async tests.
      // This is in case people listen to synchronous tests. I would leave it out,
      // but the code to *disallow* sync tests in the real version of this
      // function is actually larger than this.
      var self = this;
      setTimeout(function() {
        cb(self[test]);
      }, 0);
    },

    addTest: function(name, fn, options) {
      tests.push({name: name, fn: fn, options: options});
    },

    addAsyncTest: function(fn) {
      tests.push({name: null, fn: fn});
    }
  };

  

  // Fake some of Object.create so we can force non test results to be non "own" properties.
  var Modernizr = function() {};
  Modernizr.prototype = ModernizrProto;

  // Leak modernizr globally when you `require` it rather than force it here.
  // Overwrite name so constructor name is nicer :D
  Modernizr = new Modernizr();

  

  /**
   * is returns a boolean if the typeof an obj is exactly type.
   *
   * @access private
   * @function is
   * @param {*} obj - A thing we want to check the type of
   * @param {string} type - A string to compare the typeof against
   * @returns {boolean}
   */

  function is(obj, type) {
    return typeof obj === type;
  }
  ;

  /**
   * Run through all tests and detect their support in the current UA.
   *
   * @access private
   */

  function testRunner() {
    var featureNames;
    var feature;
    var aliasIdx;
    var result;
    var nameIdx;
    var featureName;
    var featureNameSplit;

    for (var featureIdx in tests) {
      if (tests.hasOwnProperty(featureIdx)) {
        featureNames = [];
        feature = tests[featureIdx];
        // run the test, throw the return value into the Modernizr,
        // then based on that boolean, define an appropriate className
        // and push it into an array of classes we'll join later.
        //
        // If there is no name, it's an 'async' test that is run,
        // but not directly added to the object. That should
        // be done with a post-run addTest call.
        if (feature.name) {
          featureNames.push(feature.name.toLowerCase());

          if (feature.options && feature.options.aliases && feature.options.aliases.length) {
            // Add all the aliases into the names list
            for (aliasIdx = 0; aliasIdx < feature.options.aliases.length; aliasIdx++) {
              featureNames.push(feature.options.aliases[aliasIdx].toLowerCase());
            }
          }
        }

        // Run the test, or use the raw value if it's not a function
        result = is(feature.fn, 'function') ? feature.fn() : feature.fn;


        // Set each of the names on the Modernizr object
        for (nameIdx = 0; nameIdx < featureNames.length; nameIdx++) {
          featureName = featureNames[nameIdx];
          // Support dot properties as sub tests. We don't do checking to make sure
          // that the implied parent tests have been added. You must call them in
          // order (either in the test, or make the parent test a dependency).
          //
          // Cap it to TWO to make the logic simple and because who needs that kind of subtesting
          // hashtag famous last words
          featureNameSplit = featureName.split('.');

          if (featureNameSplit.length === 1) {
            Modernizr[featureNameSplit[0]] = result;
          } else {
            // cast to a Boolean, if not one already
            /* jshint -W053 */
            if (Modernizr[featureNameSplit[0]] && !(Modernizr[featureNameSplit[0]] instanceof Boolean)) {
              Modernizr[featureNameSplit[0]] = new Boolean(Modernizr[featureNameSplit[0]]);
            }

            Modernizr[featureNameSplit[0]][featureNameSplit[1]] = result;
          }

          classes.push((result ? '' : 'no-') + featureNameSplit.join('-'));
        }
      }
    }
  }
  ;

  /**
   * docElement is a convenience wrapper to grab the root element of the document
   *
   * @access private
   * @returns {HTMLElement|SVGElement} The root element of the document
   */

  var docElement = document.documentElement;
  

  /**
   * A convenience helper to check if the document we are running in is an SVG document
   *
   * @access private
   * @returns {boolean}
   */

  var isSVG = docElement.nodeName.toLowerCase() === 'svg';
  

  /**
   * setClasses takes an array of class names and adds them to the root element
   *
   * @access private
   * @function setClasses
   * @param {string[]} classes - Array of class names
   */

  // Pass in an and array of class names, e.g.:
  //  ['no-webp', 'borderradius', ...]
  function setClasses(classes) {
    var className = docElement.className;
    var classPrefix = Modernizr._config.classPrefix || '';

    if (isSVG) {
      className = className.baseVal;
    }

    // Change `no-js` to `js` (independently of the `enableClasses` option)
    // Handle classPrefix on this too
    if (Modernizr._config.enableJSClass) {
      var reJS = new RegExp('(^|\\s)' + classPrefix + 'no-js(\\s|$)');
      className = className.replace(reJS, '$1' + classPrefix + 'js$2');
    }

    if (Modernizr._config.enableClasses) {
      // Add the new classes
      className += ' ' + classPrefix + classes.join(' ' + classPrefix);
      isSVG ? docElement.className.baseVal = className : docElement.className = className;
    }

  }

  ;

  /**
   * cssToDOM takes a kebab-case string and converts it to camelCase
   * e.g. box-sizing -> boxSizing
   *
   * @access private
   * @function cssToDOM
   * @param {string} name - String name of kebab-case prop we want to convert
   * @returns {string} The camelCase version of the supplied name
   */

  function cssToDOM(name) {
    return name.replace(/([a-z])-([a-z])/g, function(str, m1, m2) {
      return m1 + m2.toUpperCase();
    }).replace(/^-/, '');
  }
  ;

  /**
   * If the browsers follow the spec, then they would expose vendor-specific style as:
   *   elem.style.WebkitBorderRadius
   * instead of something like the following, which would be technically incorrect:
   *   elem.style.webkitBorderRadius

   * Webkit ghosts their properties in lowercase but Opera & Moz do not.
   * Microsoft uses a lowercase `ms` instead of the correct `Ms` in IE8+
   *   erik.eae.net/archives/2008/03/10/21.48.10/

   * More here: github.com/Modernizr/Modernizr/issues/issue/21
   *
   * @access private
   * @returns {string} The string representing the vendor-specific style properties
   */

  var omPrefixes = 'Moz O ms Webkit';
  

  var cssomPrefixes = (ModernizrProto._config.usePrefixes ? omPrefixes.split(' ') : []);
  ModernizrProto._cssomPrefixes = cssomPrefixes;
  

  /**
   * atRule returns a given CSS property at-rule (eg @keyframes), possibly in
   * some prefixed form, or false, in the case of an unsupported rule
   *
   * @memberof Modernizr
   * @name Modernizr.atRule
   * @optionName Modernizr.atRule()
   * @optionProp atRule
   * @access public
   * @function atRule
   * @param {string} prop - String name of the @-rule to test for
   * @returns {string|boolean} The string representing the (possibly prefixed)
   * valid version of the @-rule, or `false` when it is unsupported.
   * @example
   * ```js
   *  var keyframes = Modernizr.atRule('@keyframes');
   *
   *  if (keyframes) {
   *    // keyframes are supported
   *    // could be `@-webkit-keyframes` or `@keyframes`
   *  } else {
   *    // keyframes === `false`
   *  }
   * ```
   *
   */

  var atRule = function(prop) {
    var length = prefixes.length;
    var cssrule = window.CSSRule;
    var rule;

    if (typeof cssrule === 'undefined') {
      return undefined;
    }

    if (!prop) {
      return false;
    }

    // remove literal @ from beginning of provided property
    prop = prop.replace(/^@/, '');

    // CSSRules use underscores instead of dashes
    rule = prop.replace(/-/g, '_').toUpperCase() + '_RULE';

    if (rule in cssrule) {
      return '@' + prop;
    }

    for (var i = 0; i < length; i++) {
      // prefixes gives us something like -o-, and we want O_
      var prefix = prefixes[i];
      var thisRule = prefix.toUpperCase() + '_' + rule;

      if (thisRule in cssrule) {
        return '@-' + prefix.toLowerCase() + '-' + prop;
      }
    }

    return false;
  };

  ModernizrProto.atRule = atRule;

  

  /**
   * List of JavaScript DOM values used for tests
   *
   * @memberof Modernizr
   * @name Modernizr._domPrefixes
   * @optionName Modernizr._domPrefixes
   * @optionProp domPrefixes
   * @access public
   * @example
   *
   * Modernizr._domPrefixes is exactly the same as [_prefixes](#modernizr-_prefixes), but rather
   * than kebab-case properties, all properties are their Capitalized variant
   *
   * ```js
   * Modernizr._domPrefixes === [ "Moz", "O", "ms", "Webkit" ];
   * ```
   */

  var domPrefixes = (ModernizrProto._config.usePrefixes ? omPrefixes.toLowerCase().split(' ') : []);
  ModernizrProto._domPrefixes = domPrefixes;
  


  /**
   * contains checks to see if a string contains another string
   *
   * @access private
   * @function contains
   * @param {string} str - The string we want to check for substrings
   * @param {string} substr - The substring we want to search the first string for
   * @returns {boolean}
   */

  function contains(str, substr) {
    return !!~('' + str).indexOf(substr);
  }

  ;

  /**
   * createElement is a convenience wrapper around document.createElement. Since we
   * use createElement all over the place, this allows for (slightly) smaller code
   * as well as abstracting away issues with creating elements in contexts other than
   * HTML documents (e.g. SVG documents).
   *
   * @access private
   * @function createElement
   * @returns {HTMLElement|SVGElement} An HTML or SVG element
   */

  function createElement() {
    if (typeof document.createElement !== 'function') {
      // This is the case in IE7, where the type of createElement is "object".
      // For this reason, we cannot call apply() as Object is not a Function.
      return document.createElement(arguments[0]);
    } else if (isSVG) {
      return document.createElementNS.call(document, 'http://www.w3.org/2000/svg', arguments[0]);
    } else {
      return document.createElement.apply(document, arguments);
    }
  }

  ;

  /**
   * fnBind is a super small [bind](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Function/bind) polyfill.
   *
   * @access private
   * @function fnBind
   * @param {function} fn - a function you want to change `this` reference to
   * @param {object} that - the `this` you want to call the function with
   * @returns {function} The wrapped version of the supplied function
   */

  function fnBind(fn, that) {
    return function() {
      return fn.apply(that, arguments);
    };
  }

  ;

  /**
   * testDOMProps is a generic DOM property test; if a browser supports
   *   a certain property, it won't return undefined for it.
   *
   * @access private
   * @function testDOMProps
   * @param {array.<string>} props - An array of properties to test for
   * @param {object} obj - An object or Element you want to use to test the parameters again
   * @param {boolean|object} elem - An Element to bind the property lookup again. Use `false` to prevent the check
   */
  function testDOMProps(props, obj, elem) {
    var item;

    for (var i in props) {
      if (props[i] in obj) {

        // return the property name as a string
        if (elem === false) {
          return props[i];
        }

        item = obj[props[i]];

        // let's bind a function
        if (is(item, 'function')) {
          // bind to obj unless overriden
          return fnBind(item, elem || obj);
        }

        // return the unbound function or obj or value
        return item;
      }
    }
    return false;
  }

  ;

  /**
   * Create our "modernizr" element that we do most feature tests on.
   *
   * @access private
   */

  var modElem = {
    elem: createElement('modernizr')
  };

  // Clean up this element
  Modernizr._q.push(function() {
    delete modElem.elem;
  });

  

  var mStyle = {
    style: modElem.elem.style
  };

  // kill ref for gc, must happen before mod.elem is removed, so we unshift on to
  // the front of the queue.
  Modernizr._q.unshift(function() {
    delete mStyle.style;
  });

  

  /**
   * domToCSS takes a camelCase string and converts it to kebab-case
   * e.g. boxSizing -> box-sizing
   *
   * @access private
   * @function domToCSS
   * @param {string} name - String name of camelCase prop we want to convert
   * @returns {string} The kebab-case version of the supplied name
   */

  function domToCSS(name) {
    return name.replace(/([A-Z])/g, function(str, m1) {
      return '-' + m1.toLowerCase();
    }).replace(/^ms-/, '-ms-');
  }
  ;

  /**
   * getBody returns the body of a document, or an element that can stand in for
   * the body if a real body does not exist
   *
   * @access private
   * @function getBody
   * @returns {HTMLElement|SVGElement} Returns the real body of a document, or an
   * artificially created element that stands in for the body
   */

  function getBody() {
    // After page load injecting a fake body doesn't work so check if body exists
    var body = document.body;

    if (!body) {
      // Can't use the real body create a fake one.
      body = createElement(isSVG ? 'svg' : 'body');
      body.fake = true;
    }

    return body;
  }

  ;

  /**
   * injectElementWithStyles injects an element with style element and some CSS rules
   *
   * @access private
   * @function injectElementWithStyles
   * @param {string} rule - String representing a css rule
   * @param {function} callback - A function that is used to test the injected element
   * @param {number} [nodes] - An integer representing the number of additional nodes you want injected
   * @param {string[]} [testnames] - An array of strings that are used as ids for the additional nodes
   * @returns {boolean}
   */

  function injectElementWithStyles(rule, callback, nodes, testnames) {
    var mod = 'modernizr';
    var style;
    var ret;
    var node;
    var docOverflow;
    var div = createElement('div');
    var body = getBody();

    if (parseInt(nodes, 10)) {
      // In order not to give false positives we create a node for each test
      // This also allows the method to scale for unspecified uses
      while (nodes--) {
        node = createElement('div');
        node.id = testnames ? testnames[nodes] : mod + (nodes + 1);
        div.appendChild(node);
      }
    }

    style = createElement('style');
    style.type = 'text/css';
    style.id = 's' + mod;

    // IE6 will false positive on some tests due to the style element inside the test div somehow interfering offsetHeight, so insert it into body or fakebody.
    // Opera will act all quirky when injecting elements in documentElement when page is served as xml, needs fakebody too. #270
    (!body.fake ? div : body).appendChild(style);
    body.appendChild(div);

    if (style.styleSheet) {
      style.styleSheet.cssText = rule;
    } else {
      style.appendChild(document.createTextNode(rule));
    }
    div.id = mod;

    if (body.fake) {
      //avoid crashing IE8, if background image is used
      body.style.background = '';
      //Safari 5.13/5.1.4 OSX stops loading if ::-webkit-scrollbar is used and scrollbars are visible
      body.style.overflow = 'hidden';
      docOverflow = docElement.style.overflow;
      docElement.style.overflow = 'hidden';
      docElement.appendChild(body);
    }

    ret = callback(div, rule);
    // If this is done after page load we don't want to remove the body so check if body exists
    if (body.fake) {
      body.parentNode.removeChild(body);
      docElement.style.overflow = docOverflow;
      // Trigger layout so kinetic scrolling isn't disabled in iOS6+
      docElement.offsetHeight;
    } else {
      div.parentNode.removeChild(div);
    }

    return !!ret;

  }

  ;

  /**
   * nativeTestProps allows for us to use native feature detection functionality if available.
   * some prefixed form, or false, in the case of an unsupported rule
   *
   * @access private
   * @function nativeTestProps
   * @param {array} props - An array of property names
   * @param {string} value - A string representing the value we want to check via @supports
   * @returns {boolean|undefined} A boolean when @supports exists, undefined otherwise
   */

  // Accepts a list of property names and a single value
  // Returns `undefined` if native detection not available
  function nativeTestProps(props, value) {
    var i = props.length;
    // Start with the JS API: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-conditional/#the-css-interface
    if ('CSS' in window && 'supports' in window.CSS) {
      // Try every prefixed variant of the property
      while (i--) {
        if (window.CSS.supports(domToCSS(props[i]), value)) {
          return true;
        }
      }
      return false;
    }
    // Otherwise fall back to at-rule (for Opera 12.x)
    else if ('CSSSupportsRule' in window) {
      // Build a condition string for every prefixed variant
      var conditionText = [];
      while (i--) {
        conditionText.push('(' + domToCSS(props[i]) + ':' + value + ')');
      }
      conditionText = conditionText.join(' or ');
      return injectElementWithStyles('@supports (' + conditionText + ') { #modernizr { position: absolute; } }', function(node) {
        return getComputedStyle(node, null).position == 'absolute';
      });
    }
    return undefined;
  }
  ;

  // testProps is a generic CSS / DOM property test.

  // In testing support for a given CSS property, it's legit to test:
  //    `elem.style[styleName] !== undefined`
  // If the property is supported it will return an empty string,
  // if unsupported it will return undefined.

  // We'll take advantage of this quick test and skip setting a style
  // on our modernizr element, but instead just testing undefined vs
  // empty string.

  // Property names can be provided in either camelCase or kebab-case.

  function testProps(props, prefixed, value, skipValueTest) {
    skipValueTest = is(skipValueTest, 'undefined') ? false : skipValueTest;

    // Try native detect first
    if (!is(value, 'undefined')) {
      var result = nativeTestProps(props, value);
      if (!is(result, 'undefined')) {
        return result;
      }
    }

    // Otherwise do it properly
    var afterInit, i, propsLength, prop, before;

    // If we don't have a style element, that means we're running async or after
    // the core tests, so we'll need to create our own elements to use

    // inside of an SVG element, in certain browsers, the `style` element is only
    // defined for valid tags. Therefore, if `modernizr` does not have one, we
    // fall back to a less used element and hope for the best.
    var elems = ['modernizr', 'tspan'];
    while (!mStyle.style) {
      afterInit = true;
      mStyle.modElem = createElement(elems.shift());
      mStyle.style = mStyle.modElem.style;
    }

    // Delete the objects if we created them.
    function cleanElems() {
      if (afterInit) {
        delete mStyle.style;
        delete mStyle.modElem;
      }
    }

    propsLength = props.length;
    for (i = 0; i < propsLength; i++) {
      prop = props[i];
      before = mStyle.style[prop];

      if (contains(prop, '-')) {
        prop = cssToDOM(prop);
      }

      if (mStyle.style[prop] !== undefined) {

        // If value to test has been passed in, do a set-and-check test.
        // 0 (integer) is a valid property value, so check that `value` isn't
        // undefined, rather than just checking it's truthy.
        if (!skipValueTest && !is(value, 'undefined')) {

          // Needs a try catch block because of old IE. This is slow, but will
          // be avoided in most cases because `skipValueTest` will be used.
          try {
            mStyle.style[prop] = value;
          } catch (e) {}

          // If the property value has changed, we assume the value used is
          // supported. If `value` is empty string, it'll fail here (because
          // it hasn't changed), which matches how browsers have implemented
          // CSS.supports()
          if (mStyle.style[prop] != before) {
            cleanElems();
            return prefixed == 'pfx' ? prop : true;
          }
        }
        // Otherwise just return true, or the property name if this is a
        // `prefixed()` call
        else {
          cleanElems();
          return prefixed == 'pfx' ? prop : true;
        }
      }
    }
    cleanElems();
    return false;
  }

  ;

  /**
   * testPropsAll tests a list of DOM properties we want to check against.
   * We specify literally ALL possible (known and/or likely) properties on
   * the element including the non-vendor prefixed one, for forward-
   * compatibility.
   *
   * @access private
   * @function testPropsAll
   * @param {string} prop - A string of the property to test for
   * @param {string|object} [prefixed] - An object to check the prefixed properties on. Use a string to skip
   * @param {HTMLElement|SVGElement} [elem] - An element used to test the property and value against
   * @param {string} [value] - A string of a css value
   * @param {boolean} [skipValueTest] - An boolean representing if you want to test if value sticks when set
   */
  function testPropsAll(prop, prefixed, elem, value, skipValueTest) {

    var ucProp = prop.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + prop.slice(1),
    props = (prop + ' ' + cssomPrefixes.join(ucProp + ' ') + ucProp).split(' ');

    // did they call .prefixed('boxSizing') or are we just testing a prop?
    if (is(prefixed, 'string') || is(prefixed, 'undefined')) {
      return testProps(props, prefixed, value, skipValueTest);

      // otherwise, they called .prefixed('requestAnimationFrame', window[, elem])
    } else {
      props = (prop + ' ' + (domPrefixes).join(ucProp + ' ') + ucProp).split(' ');
      return testDOMProps(props, prefixed, elem);
    }
  }

  // Modernizr.testAllProps() investigates whether a given style property,
  // or any of its vendor-prefixed variants, is recognized
  //
  // Note that the property names must be provided in the camelCase variant.
  // Modernizr.testAllProps('boxSizing')
  ModernizrProto.testAllProps = testPropsAll;

  

  /**
   * prefixed returns the prefixed or nonprefixed property name variant of your input
   *
   * @memberof Modernizr
   * @name Modernizr.prefixed
   * @optionName Modernizr.prefixed()
   * @optionProp prefixed
   * @access public
   * @function prefixed
   * @param {string} prop - String name of the property to test for
   * @param {object} [obj] - An object to test for the prefixed properties on
   * @param {HTMLElement} [elem] - An element used to test specific properties against
   * @returns {string|false} The string representing the (possibly prefixed) valid
   * version of the property, or `false` when it is unsupported.
   * @example
   *
   * Modernizr.prefixed takes a string css value in the DOM style camelCase (as
   * opposed to the css style kebab-case) form and returns the (possibly prefixed)
   * version of that property that the browser actually supports.
   *
   * For example, in older Firefox...
   * ```js
   * prefixed('boxSizing')
   * ```
   * returns 'MozBoxSizing'
   *
   * In newer Firefox, as well as any other browser that support the unprefixed
   * version would simply return `boxSizing`. Any browser that does not support
   * the property at all, it will return `false`.
   *
   * By default, prefixed is checked against a DOM element. If you want to check
   * for a property on another object, just pass it as a second argument
   *
   * ```js
   * var rAF = prefixed('requestAnimationFrame', window);
   *
   * raf(function() {
   *  renderFunction();
   * })
   * ```
   *
   * Note that this will return _the actual function_ - not the name of the function.
   * If you need the actual name of the property, pass in `false` as a third argument
   *
   * ```js
   * var rAFProp = prefixed('requestAnimationFrame', window, false);
   *
   * rafProp === 'WebkitRequestAnimationFrame' // in older webkit
   * ```
   *
   * One common use case for prefixed is if you're trying to determine which transition
   * end event to bind to, you might do something like...
   * ```js
   * var transEndEventNames = {
   *     'WebkitTransition' : 'webkitTransitionEnd', * Saf 6, Android Browser
   *     'MozTransition'    : 'transitionend',       * only for FF < 15
   *     'transition'       : 'transitionend'        * IE10, Opera, Chrome, FF 15+, Saf 7+
   * };
   *
   * var transEndEventName = transEndEventNames[ Modernizr.prefixed('transition') ];
   * ```
   *
   * If you want a similar lookup, but in kebab-case, you can use [prefixedCSS](#modernizr-prefixedcss).
   */

  var prefixed = ModernizrProto.prefixed = function(prop, obj, elem) {
    if (prop.indexOf('@') === 0) {
      return atRule(prop);
    }

    if (prop.indexOf('-') != -1) {
      // Convert kebab-case to camelCase
      prop = cssToDOM(prop);
    }
    if (!obj) {
      return testPropsAll(prop, 'pfx');
    } else {
      // Testing DOM property e.g. Modernizr.prefixed('requestAnimationFrame', window) // 'mozRequestAnimationFrame'
      return testPropsAll(prop, obj, elem);
    }
  };

  
/*!
{
  "name": "CSS Background Blend Mode",
  "property": "backgroundblendmode",
  "caniuse": "css-backgroundblendmode",
  "tags": ["css"],
  "notes": [
    {
      "name": "CSS Blend Modes could be the next big thing in Web Design",
      "href": " https://medium.com/@bennettfeely/css-blend-modes-could-be-the-next-big-thing-in-web-design-6b51bf53743a"
    }, {
      "name": "Demo",
      "href": "https://bennettfeely.com/gradients/"
    }
  ]
}
!*/
/* DOC
Detects the ability for the browser to composite backgrounds using blending modes similar to ones found in Photoshop or Illustrator.
*/

  Modernizr.addTest('backgroundblendmode', prefixed('backgroundBlendMode', 'text'));


  // Run each test
  testRunner();

  // Remove the "no-js" class if it exists
  setClasses(classes);

  delete ModernizrProto.addTest;
  delete ModernizrProto.addAsyncTest;

  // Run the things that are supposed to run after the tests
  for (var i = 0; i < Modernizr._q.length; i++) {
    Modernizr._q[i]();
  }

  // Leak Modernizr namespace
  window.Modernizr = Modernizr;


;

})(window, document);
              
            
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