• 201419 Dec

    The CSSWG has published an updated Working Draft of CSS Box Alignment Level 3. This module extends the Flexbox alignment properties to apply to all layout models and adds additional controls for logical positioning, space distribution, and handling overflowing elements.

    This is the vertical centering module, people.

    This module’s syntax and functionality is in the process of stabilizing now and we need your feedback. Think of all the cool things you could do with the new alignment properties! Imagine them! Examine them! Make examples! Write rants! And tell us what is awesome and what is stupid so that we can fix it to be better before it gets locked down in shipped browsers.

    Changes since the last Working Draft are listed in the Changes section.

    Please send feedback! Comment here, post to the (archived) public mailing list [email protected] with the spec code ([css-align]) and your comment topic in the subject line, write a blog post and send us a link, or, if you’re shy, email one of the editors directly. Ranting somewhere else in the ether and expecting us to find it by magic, however, won’t work.

  • 201206 Feb

    Released on the 2nd February, the CSS3 Test, created by web standards aficionado Lea Verou, offers a quick and easy way to test and compare browser support for CSS3.

    In a blog post accompanying the release of the test, Lea Verou outlines her motivation for building the test as follows:

    To motivate browsers to support the less hyped stuff, because I’m tired of seeing the same things being evangelized over and over. There’s much more to CSS3.

    Keep reading to see how current release versions of the most popular web browsers shape up.

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