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Monthly Archives: October, 2012

Test the Web Forward Beijing!

Last weekend, on October 20th and 21st, the China web community got together to Test the Web Forward at the Jinma Hotel in Beijing. China Web Community The China web community is very diverse. According to An Qi (Angel) Li of the W3C China Office there are over 400,000 web developers in China, and the... Continue reading →

CSS Exclusions Now Available Under Flag in Chrome Canary

Chrome Canary now has a flag to enable CSS Exclusions. Note that the implementation of this feature is still in progress, and currently only a subset of shape-inside functionality is available. You can find more information, and demos, on the samples page. Hans Muller has written in much greater detail what shape-inside would allow you... Continue reading →

A tale of CSS Regions and CSSOM: moving forward within the web community

Soon after we proposed the CSS Regions in 2011, it became obvious that we have to allow content creators a good APIs for interacting with CSS regions. In this regard, the CSS Object Model (CSSOM) addition to the W3C CSS Regions specification defined the appropriate mechanisms to determine if there are enough regions to flow... Continue reading →

Q: What’s one of the biggest things missing from the web?

A: Documentation. Or at least it was. Today, Adobe, Apple, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera, and the W3C are announcing Web Platform Docs (WPD) on The goal of WPD is to become the most comprehensive and authoritative resource for web technologies on the planet. And since we want everyone to contribute, WPD... Continue reading →

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