What’s next for CSS?

cssdb is a comprehensive list of CSS features and their positions in the process of becoming implemented web standards.

The Staging Process

Staging processes allow developers to accomplish real things and get involved in the creation of standards, testing, feedback, and new use cases.

This staging process reflects the real-life stability of new CSS features.

You can read an inside view of the CSSWG to learn about the official (and unofficial) development stages of CSS specifications. In reality, specifications and browser implementations happen out of sync. For example, there have been stable CSS features missing in all browsers, while other CSS features developed outside the W3C have appeared in browsers. This is too ambiguous for the web development community, and a more accountable process is desired.


Recognized Browser Vendors

Recognized browser vendors include, in alphabetical order; Apple, Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, and Opera.

What is a champion?

A champion is the person or group responsible for advocating a new feature to completion, performing the legwork necessary to ensure the concerns of interested parties are identified and incorporated into the proposal.

Want to contribute? Checkout the cssdb on GitHub.

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