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Minutes Tucson F2F: Backgrounds and Borders, Placeholder Styling, Variables, Conditional Rules

By fantasai February 21, 2013 (Permalink)
Categories: resolutions

Backgrounds and Borders

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Placeholder Styling

Discussed use cases and rationale for ::placeholder pseudo-element vs. :placeholder pseudo-class. Need for pseudo-element seems to be largely driven by the need to style the text color with opacity so as to make it “fade” regardless of the input’s color scheme. Pseudo-class allows styling the entire input element in response to the placeholder’s visibility.

Options considered included:

Resolved: :placeholder-shown pseudo-class and ::placeholder pseudo-element adopted.

Full minutes: Part I, Part II

Counter Styles

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Full minutes: Part I, Part II

Conditional Rules

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