CSS3 moves forward
15:41, 19 Jan 2001 UTC | Simon St.Laurent

The W3C released a new draft of Introduction to CSS, along with a new version of CSS3 Module: Multi-column Layout.

These drafts represent the first new public work on CSS3 since October, and update documents which were nine and seven months old, respectively.

The largest changes in the Introduction to CSS document are in the Module Overview table, where old dates in 2000 have been removed, and more columns added to indicate progress through the W3C process.

The Multi-Column Layout draft adds additional new properties, including column-count, column-width, column-min-width, column-width-policy, column-gap, and column-span to the set described in the previous draft.

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Re: CSS3 moves forward (Guy Macon - 05:38, 8 May 2003)
The Multi-column Layout is a big improvement and handles a type of web page that many authors want t ...
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