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Minutes San Diego F2F August 2012: Fragmentation, Overflow Regions, Paging, Pseudo-elements

By fantasai August 30, 2012 (Permalink)
Categories: resolutions

CSS Fragmentation


Discussed Adobe’s proposal for indexed ::before/::after pseudo-elements. Several concerns were raised wrt:

Resolved: Make editor’s draft with these issues clearly listed as concerns. No consensus for FPWD.

Overflow as Regions and Pages

David Baron drafted a spec for the ideas laid out at the Hamburg F2F. The WG reviewed the draft together, made some suggestions for improvement, and raised some issues for further investigation, particularly wrt the interaction of overflow-x and overflow-y with these new overflow values.

Full minutes: Fragmentation, Pseudo-elements, regions, and paging

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