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[css-ui-4] Clarify that 'appearance: none' causes an element to not be replaced anymore #1018

SebastianZ opened this issue Feb 10, 2017 · 1 comment


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commented Feb 10, 2017

The description of the none value of the appearance property currently says this:

The element is rendered following the usual rules of CSS. Replaced elements other than form controls are not affected by this, and remain replaced elements. Form controls are not made to look like native controls of the host operating system. See below for details.

It doesn't explicitly state that it turns form controls into non-replaced elements.


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commented Feb 10, 2017

This seems a priori reasonable to me, but we (I?) should probably go through all the form elements and see if that actually works out. Specifically, I am wondering about complex form controls whose sub-components cannot just boil down to CSS styling.

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