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CSS Multi-column Layout Level 1 updated Working Draft

By Rachel Andrew May 28, 2018 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

The CSS Working Group has published an updated Working Draft of the CSS Multi-column Layout Module Level 1. This module describes multi-column layout in CSS. By using functionality described in this document, style sheets can declare that the content of an element is to be laid out in multiple columns.

In October 2017, the module was republished as a Working Draft (from previous CR status) due to the large number of legacy resolutions, and outstanding issues that required work. This new Working Draft includes edits to address those issues. We would appreciate feedback on those edits, which are detailed in the Changes section of the spec, with links to the relevant GitHub issue.

Feedback and Issues

The open issues are listed on GitHub, and this would be the preferred way to send feedback on the specification. If you have thoughts on an existing issue please add a comment. If you have a new Multi-column related thought or have spotted a problem in the specification, please raise a new issue. If you cannot post to GitHub then posting to www-style with the spec code [css-multicol] and your comment topic in the subject line is an option. (Alternatively, you can email one of the editors and ask them to forward your comment.)




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