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New draft of Behavioral Extensions to CSS

By Anne van Kesteren October 29, 2007 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

We published a new draft of Behavioral Extensions to CSS a few days ago. It changed significantly from the previous draft published in 1999. The new draft defines a binding CSS property and :bound-element pseudo-class. The other features are now covered by the XBL draft which is being developed by the W3C Web Application Formats Working Group.
As for the features in the draft, the binding property allows you to link to resources in the XBL format and the :bound-element pseudo-class matches elements that have a binding.
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