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Add display:contents #608

aldendaniels opened this Issue May 31, 2018 · 4 comments


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aldendaniels commented May 31, 2018

Chrome and Firefox both now support CSS display: content - a feature that is becoming important in frameworks like React where wrapper components may want to listen to browser events without affecting DOM layout. It would be great to track progress towards this on the edge status dashboard.


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FremyCompany commented Jun 4, 2018

The feature was implemented poorly in the other browsers and has accessibility issues, so it is unlikely we would want to add support in Edge right now.

If we were to add the feature on the status, it would be as "Not currently planned".

To prioritize this, I would urge Chrome to fix its accessibility issues. When they do, maybe we can reconsider the feature.

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molant commented Jun 5, 2018

@aldendaniels there's a PR for this right now: #609

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aldendaniels commented Jun 5, 2018

Thanks! I appreciate the quick follow up. FWIW, I think there are high-value use-cases for this feature that don't break accessibility - I'd be happy to elaborate if that would be useful and you can point me to an appropriate forum.


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HM100 commented Aug 31, 2018

Firefox has fixed this in M62

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