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Last Call for Comments on CSS Multi-column Layout Level 3

By fantasai July 8, 2009 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

The CSS Working Group has just published a Last Call Working Draft of the CSS Multi-column Layout module Level 3. This module defines properties to flow content into multiple columns, a common layout feature in print publications such as newspapers. Major changes since the last publication include changes to the syntax of column-breaking controls and an example of text wrapping around floats in a later column.

The deadline for comments is 1 October 2009. This is an unusually-long Last Call period because we want to encourage a wider review of the module and to make sure implementors are ready for everything in the draft to be locked down for CR. Please send comments to www-style@w3.org with [css3-multicol] and your comment topic in the subject header. (And if you insist on posting your comments elsewhere, at least have someone forward them there. Seriously.)

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