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CSS Transforms Level 2 Updated

By David Baron November 9, 2021 (Permalink)
Categories: publications

The CSS WG has published an updated Working Draft of the CSS Transforms Module Level 2.

CSS transforms allow elements styled with CSS to be transformed in two-dimensional or three-dimensional space. Level 2 (currently mostly a delta specification) adds new transform functions and properties for three-dimensional transforms, and convenience functions for simple transforms.

The full list of substantive changes in this working draft (relative to the First Public Working Draft, which is really what separated this material from Level 1 rather than the first publication of the material) is listed in the Changes section.

Please review the draft and file issues in the GitHub repository (or, if needed, send them by email to www-style@w3.org). Either way, please prefix the summary/subject with [css-transforms-2].

A few pieces that I’d like to highlight from the full changes section linked above are the following:

The spec still has a large number of open issues.

In the near future, I’m hoping to:

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