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[css-typed-om]Define precisely which properties are list-valued and which aren't, probably in an appendix. #644

nainar opened this issue Feb 8, 2018 · 3 comments


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@nainar nainar commented Feb 8, 2018

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@darrnshn darrnshn commented Feb 8, 2018

Could there be any properties that don't behave exactly like either a list or non-list property?

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@tabatkins tabatkins commented Feb 9, 2018

I'm currently thinking no - everything appears to be one or the other. We'll see as we proceed!

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@andruud andruud commented Jul 12, 2018

Like the css-typed-om spec says, isn't counter-reset an example of a property that can be both? I.e. it's either a list of things, or a single value none.

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