¿What’s the animation-direction property?
¿Is alternate reverse and reverse alternate (either would be allowed) a better value for animation-direction over alternate-reverse?
¿If so, should redundant combinations of normal with alternate or reverse also be allowed, such as normal alternate?
¿Or maybe we should ditch it altogether and replace it with animation-reverse, accepting values of none, all, even, odd?
As much as I like .net magazine, I was recently outraged by their “Texturizing Web Type” article. It features a way to apply a texture to text with -webkit-mask-image, presenting it as an experimental CSS property and misleading readers. There are even -moz-, -o- and -ms- prefixes for something that is not present in any […]
The CSS Working Group is recently discussing the very serious problem that vendor prefixes have become. We have reached a point where browsers are seriously considering to implement -webkit- prefixes, just because authors won’t bother using anything else. This is just sad. Daniel Glazman, Christian Heilmann and others wrote about it, making very good points […]
This project started as an attempt to improve dabblet and to generate data for the book chapter I’m writing for Smashing Book #3. I wanted to create a very simple/basic testsuite for CSS3 stuff so that you could hover on a e.g. CSS3 property and you got a nice browser support popup. While I didn’t achieve […]
Edit: This was originally written to be posted in www-style, the mailing list for CSS development. I thought it might be a good idea to post it here as other people might be interested too. It wasn’t. Most people commenting didn’t really get the point of the article and thought I’m suggesting we should simply […]