ACTION-656: Find steven pemberton and ask him about impl

Find steven pemberton and ask him about impl

State:
closed
Person:
Bert Bos
Due on:
November 3, 2014
Created on:
October 27, 2014
Associated Product:
CSS3 Basic UI
Related emails:
  1. Re: [css3-ui] Pseudo elements (from florian@rivoal.net on 2015-01-05)
  2. [CSSWG] Minutes Santa Clara F2F 2014-10-27 Part I: CSS3 UI, ::selection and Pseudo-Elements issues (from daelcss@gmail.com on 2014-12-17)
  3. Re: [css-ui][selectors] Deferring definitions of pseudo classes to selectors 4 (from florian@rivoal.net on 2014-12-12)
  4. Re: [css3-ui] Pseudo elements (from tantek@cs.stanford.edu on 2014-11-13)
  5. Re: [css3-ui] Pseudo elements (from jackalmage@gmail.com on 2014-11-13)
  6. [css3-ui] Pseudo elements (from florian@rivoal.net on 2014-11-13)
  7. CSS-ACTION-656: Find steven pemberton and ask him about impl (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2014-10-27)

Related notes:

… implementations of the css-ui pseudo-elements for forms, that is.

Bert Bos, 27 Oct 2014, 16:46:39

Steven suggested the most likely product among the XForms implementations to support CSS pseudo-elements for forms was XSLTForms.

After checking, XSLTForms appears to not support them.

(The only implementation among XForms products so far is XSmiles, which is no longer maintained.)

Bert Bos, 17 Nov 2014, 12:49:49

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