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CSS Custom Filters Now Available Under Flag in Chrome Canary

Chrome Canary now has a flag to enable CSS custom filters. In Canary, enter “about:flags” in the address bar, find “Enable CSS Shaders”, click “Enable”, and relaunch Canary. Then, check out our samples to explore the power of custom filters! For an explanation of Chrome flags, check out Christian Cantrell’s video. Continue reading →

CSS Shaders now in CSS Filter Effects Specification

After detailed discussion with members of the CSSWG, a decision has been made to incorporate the CSS Shaders specification into the CSS Filter Effects specification. As a result, the feature known as Shaders will now be referred to as Custom Filters. For more information, check out the CSS Custom Filters page.  Samples are also available... Continue reading →

Notes from the August 2012 CSS Working Group San Diego Meeting

The W3C CSS Working Group met in San Diego on August 13-15. Vincent Hardy, Steve Zilles and myself were representing Adobe. Quite a lot was accomplished in three short days. The full meeting notes will be available soon from the CSS WG Blog. There is always a flurry of activity in the working group in... Continue reading →

Web Platform Roundup

As you can probably tell from the constant posts, we over at the Web Platform team like to talk about our work. After all, we think the contributions we’re making to the web are pretty cool. But we only know we’re making a difference when the community at large starts talking. The following is a... Continue reading →