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Added interpolation function to CSS Values and Units 4

By fantasai September 30, 2021 (Permalink)
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The CSS Working Group has published an updated Working Draft of CSS Values and Units Level 4. This specification defines the CSS property definition grammar, and the value types that are common across many specs, such as <length> or <string>.

New to this draft is the interpolation function mix() which accepts a percentage representing linear progress between two values. More advanced interpolations are also being discussed for Level 5, see e.g. Issue 6245.

Other changes since the last Working Draft are all listed in the Changes section.

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