|Editor:||Bert Bos (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
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This document is a NOTE issued by the Cascading Style Sheets and Formatting Properties Working Group (CSS & FP WG). It is provided for information only, and does not represent a W3C-endorsed specification. Features described here may or may not become part of a W3C Recommendation or other specification, and they may change considerably in the process. The features should therefore not be implemented, except as experiments, clearly labeled as experimental. Such experiments are welcomed, and may provide valuable information about the development (or not) of these features, but the fact that a feature has been implemented (or implemented in a certain way), will by itself not be an argument to adopt the feature in CSS (or adopt it in this particular form).
A list of current W3C Recommendations and other technical documents can be found at http://www.w3.org/TR/.
This Note attempts to document all the features that have been suggested for CSS, and that are not part of CSS2. The fact that a feature has been listed here does not mean it will be in some future version of CSS; some of the suggestions do not fit in CSS or are better handled elsewhere (e.g., in HTML, SMIL, or RDF). The purpose of the list is to make sure suggestions are neither forgotten nor suggested over and over again.
Many suggestions are just listed without further comment. If the CSS working group has discussed a feature, some remarks may be added.
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