The CSS Object Model is now almost eleven years old. All Web authors know it’s only partially implemented and rarely interoperably implemented. There is now an ongoing effort to stabilize the most mature bits of the specification.
Thirteen years ago, after the release of CSS 2, we pinged the Web authors’ community to gather a List of suggested extensions to CSS. It’s now time to do the same for the CSS Object Model. If you have suggestions for the future of the CSS Object Model, please send a mail to email@example.com or myself, with a subject line starting with
[cssom]. Please make sure to add real-world use case(s) to your suggestions.
All suggestions will be added to a public page. Your name and email address will not appear.
CSS Working Group, Co-chairman