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iframeflow.js

The CSS Regions specification is currently supported by Internet Explorer 10+ and Safari (OSX and iOS). Though generally very close, the IE implementation was based on an earlier draft and works differently. In particular, the source of a named flow – the elements you apply the -ms-flow-into property to – must be iframe elements. This... Continue reading →

CSS Regions no longer available in Chrome 35

The latest stable version of Chrome (v. 35), released last week, removed support for CSS Regions. To accurately reflect this change, we updated the list of supported browsers and published a new set of results in the browser support matrix. For those of you who love the powerful responsive designs made possible by CSS Regions, you can... Continue reading →

CSS Regions polyfill – better, smarter, fuller

We first started work on a CSS Regions prototype to give designers and developers a seamless and flexible way to flow content inside a chain of boxes. As the feature gained visibility, it became clear that people wanted to experiment outside the WebKit-based browsers. So about one year ago, we created a rather simple polyfill supporting only basic functionality.... Continue reading →

CSS Regions polyfill – better, smarter, fuller

We first started work on a CSS Regions prototype to give designers and developers a seamless and flexible way to flow content inside a chain of boxes. As the feature gained visibility, it became clear that people wanted to experiment outside the WebKit-based browsers. So about one year ago, we created a rather simple polyfill supporting only basic functionality.... Continue reading →

Making the Web Sweeter with Food Network and Cupcakes

There are two things we know for sure that almost everyone loves: mobile applications and cupcakes. Food Network brought the two together in a beautiful tablet application called, appropriately enough, Cupcakes!. Cupcakes! is kind of a cupcake encyclopedia, full of recipes, ideas, tips, and of course, inspirational cupcake photography. When we saw the Cupcakes! app,... Continue reading →

Fragmentation of masked and clipped content – Part 2

The first part of the article “Fragmentation of masked and clipped content – Part 1” described possible scenarios how a clipping path can be broken into different fragments. The demonstrations used the CSS Multi-column layout with equally sized columns. Other CSS layouts like CSS Regions or CSS Overflow allow more flexibility on styling of fragment containers.... Continue reading →

Improved testing for selection interaction with CSS Regions

As you may know, our fellow Webkit and Blink contributors from Igalia were busy lately trying to make selection work properly with CSS Regions. Besides dealing with the challenges inherent in a complex code base like WebKit’s and Blink’s, they were also busy updating the test suite for selection in regions. The amount of tests... Continue reading →