Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-tables] How replaced elements are handled when receiving a table-* display type

**Summary of the discussion**
> CSS 2.1 advised browsers to support setting table-related displays on replaced elements. For instance, setting display:table-row on a replaced element would be a way to make it create its own row and span all columns of the table it is in. There was however no attempt made to describe how that would even work. 
> All browsers agree that replaced elements should never become table-internal elements but there are differences in how they fallback to either block or inline display.
> The new spec defines the implemented behavior and clarifies how fallback works in those cases.

**Face to face recommendation:** 
> We want this breaking change to be resolved on. We propose to vote between 
> 1. spec (row->block + column->inline) or
> 2. firefox (all->inline) behavior.


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Received on Monday, 24 July 2017 19:28:59 UTC