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Updated Working Draft of Motion Path Level 1

By Jihye Hong July 21, 2017 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

The CSS Working Group has published updated Working Drafts of Motion Path Level 1.
Motion Path Level 1 describes how graphical object is positioned and animated along an author specified path.

Most of the changes are influenced by merging some features from CSS Round Display. A list of significant changes can be found in Changes section.

Please send feedback by either filing an issue in GitHub (preferable) or sending mail to the (archived) public mailing list www-style@w3.org with the spec code ([motion-1] and your comment topic in the subject line. (Alternatively, you can email one of the editors and ask them to forward your comment.)

Updated Working Drafts of CSS Box Alignment and CSS Display Level 3

By fantasai July 20, 2017 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

The CSS Working Group has published updated Working Drafts of CSS Box Alignment Level 3 and CSS Display Level 3. CSS Box Alignment Level 3 contains the features of CSS relating to the alignment of boxes within their containers in the various CSS box layout models (block, flexbox, grid, tables). CSS Display Level 3 describes how the CSS formatting box tree is generated from the document element tree and defines properties that control the types of boxes thus generated.

As we are wrapping up work on these specs in preparation for CR, most of the changes are fairly minor fixes and clarifications. A list of significant changes can be found in their respective Changes sections.

Please send feedback by either filing an issue in GitHub (preferable) or sending mail to the (archived) public mailing list www-style@w3.org with the spec code ([css-align] or [css-display]) and your comment topic in the subject line. (Alternatively, you can email one of the editors and ask them to forward your comment.)

Minutes Telecon 2017-07-19

By Dael Jackson July 20, 2017 (Permalink)
Categories: resolutions

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Minutes Telecon 2017-07-12

By Dael Jackson July 13, 2017 (Permalink)
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Minutes Telecon 2017-07-05

By Dael Jackson July 7, 2017 (Permalink)
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Minutes Telecon 2017-06-28

By Dael Jackson June 29, 2017 (Permalink)
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Minutes Telecon 2017-06-21

By Dael Jackson June 22, 2017 (Permalink)
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First Public WD CSS Overflow L4

By Florian Rivoal June 14, 2017 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

The CSS WG has published an First Public Working Draft of the CSS Overflow Module Level 4.

CSS Overflow Level 4 builds upon Level 3 of the same specification, and adds:

The first of these two is a fairly self contained feature, and we encourage potential implementors or anyone interested to review it in details.

The second one is more far reaching, but also less mature, and with significant issues still open. Design level reviews are very much appreciated.

Significant changes since level 3 are listed in the change section.

Please send feedback by either filing an issue in GitHub (preferable) or sending mail to the (archived) public mailing list www-style@w3.org with the spec code ([css-overflow-4]) and your comment topic in the subject line. (Alternatively, you can email one of the editors and ask them to forward your comment.)

Minutes Telecon 2017-05-31

By Dael Jackson June 7, 2017 (Permalink)
Categories: resolutions

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Last Call for Comments on Media Queries Level 4

By Florian Rivoal May 19, 2017 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

The CSS WG has published its hopefully last Working Draft of Media Queries Level 4.

Media Queries allow authors to test and query values or features of the user agent or display device, independent of the document being rendered. They are used in the CSS @media rule to conditionally apply styles to a document, and in various other contexts and languages, such as HTML and Javascript.

Level 4 extends and supersedes the features defined in Media Queries Level 3. It brings significant improvements on the syntax, and a shift from using media types to finer-grained media features.

This is the last call for comments, as we plan to request a transition to CR at the end of June unless issues are brought up or anyone specifically requests more time for review.

Significant changes since Media Queries 3 are listed in the Changes section.

Please send feedback by either filing an issue in GitHub (preferable) or sending mail to the (archived) public mailing list www-style@w3.org with the spec code ([mediaqueries-4]) and your comment topic in the subject line. (Alternatively, you can email one of the editors and ask them to forward your comment.)

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