Web kit glitch, or and should be?

Good afternoon, friends. Just ran into another scourge of TSSS. And since I'm not a coder, for me it became a problem. The solution that I found, but the same, I wonder whether this is right or this non-standard behavior of the browser?

Here I inserted a small example of several DIVS

In Opera, ie and FF, this example looks the same and one, but in chrome and Safari on another, it is obvious that the problem (advantage) in WebKit, but the interesting question is how it should be, really, and why have two different versions?
October 8th 19 at 01:02
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October 8th 19 at 01:04
If .content to remove the margin-left — behavior is the same in all browsers. Dolinno to be all the same as in FF and Opera. On the rights of the majority so to speak.

I hated more zoom in WebKit browsers. Always some shoals sliders, carousels, etc.

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