Fullscreen defines the fullscreen API for the web platform.
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This is the 18 November 2014 W3C Working Group Note of Fullscreen.
This document was jointly produced by the Web Applications Working Group and the CSS Working Group. The Web Applications Working Group is part of the Rich Web Clients Activity and the CSS Working Group is part of the Style Activity. Both of these Working Groups are part of the the W3C Interaction Domain.
Work on this document has been discontinued and it should not be referenced or used as a basis for implementation. At the time this document was published, the WHATWG was working on a Fullscreen API specification.
Comments related to the API part of this document should be sent to the public-webapps mail list (archived) with a subject header of [fullscreen] and comments related to the rendering part of this document should be sent to the www-style mail list (archived) with a subject header of [fullscreen]. Alternatively, file a bug.
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