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spec:cssom [2011/07/25 09:56]
anne add requests from WHATWG wiki
spec:cssom [2014/12/09 15:48] (current)
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 +====== CSS Object Model ======
 +
 +Editor'​s draft: http://​dev.w3.org/​csswg/​cssom/​
 +
 +===== General To Do =====
   * CSSOM needs to define how Link:, <?​xml-stylesheet?>,​ <link rel=stylesheet>,​ and <​style>​ interact with the fetching algorithm, the event loop, and the parsers from HTML5.   * CSSOM needs to define how Link:, <?​xml-stylesheet?>,​ <link rel=stylesheet>,​ and <​style>​ interact with the fetching algorithm, the event loop, and the parsers from HTML5.
   * <?​xml-stylesheet?>​ could do with a rewrite for integration with CSSOM; do '​load'​ and '​error'​ events fire on it?   * <?​xml-stylesheet?>​ could do with a rewrite for integration with CSSOM; do '​load'​ and '​error'​ events fire on it?
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     * Add a pair of events that fire when an element is scrolled into and out of the view     * Add a pair of events that fire when an element is scrolled into and out of the view
  
 +===== Changes =====
 Transition scenarios the CSSOM has to cope with somehow: Transition scenarios the CSSOM has to cope with somehow:
  
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   * Property value changes into accepting multiple component values. E.g. the '​cursor'​ property now takes <x> and <y> in addition to <​uri>​. '​overflow'​ now takes two values rather than one.   * Property value changes into accepting multiple component values. E.g. the '​cursor'​ property now takes <x> and <y> in addition to <​uri>​. '​overflow'​ now takes two values rather than one.
   * Property component value changes. E.g. <uri> becomes <​image>​.   * Property component value changes. E.g. <uri> becomes <​image>​.
 +
 +===== Author Requests =====
 +==== new value based om ====
 +Per #css 2011-11-01: ​
 +
 +Tab Atkins: "I know that there is demand for a new value based om that wouldn'​t be string-based. It's a popular author request that is currently done through libs like jQuery ... we know that there is a use-case in that area."
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 +David Baron: "Yes, i've seen author demand for this..."​
 +
 +==== variants of computed style ====
 +Per #css 2011-11-01:
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 +David Baron: "... as well as for variants of computed style ..."
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 +==== set of matched rules for an element ====
 +Per #css 2011-11-01:
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 +David Baron: "... as well as some author demand for the set of matched rules for an element."​
 
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