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Re: CSS3 sprite suggestion

From: Simon Fraser <smfr@me.com>
Date: Wed, 01 Sep 2010 08:09:39 -0700
Cc: www-style@w3.org
Message-id: <9082759A-759E-4837-BC47-D9E4575BC7D4@me.com>
To: Kashidom Nenakh <kashidom@gmail.com>
On Jul 2, 2010, at 2:12 am, Kashidom Nenakh wrote:

> I have been active with web content and programming for the web in the past seven years, mainly focusing on advanced websites and web applications.
> There is a feature that I've been looking and dying for, ever since I started in DHTML, a good six+ years ago.
> Am I at the right place to submit such a suggestion, or do I need to look elsewhere?
> I've already contacted the WebKit team, as I primarily program for Safari, but they haven't replied to me yet and it's been over a week now.
> If the feature does exist, are there any manuals to consult that are written in human/programmer's language?
> I'm not very good at reading the standards specifications of CSS3, except for backtracking existing features.
> Attached is a draft of the feature I wish to request, as I see it optimally implemented on Safari/WebKit.

In future it would be much more helpful if you could simply provide a link to a web page, rather than a zip file that we all have to download and extract.

You may wish to check out previous discussions on www-style related to sprites:


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