-webkit-appearance keywords for arbitrary elements (removed)

Changes -webkit-appearance keywords to work only with specific element types. If a keyword is applied to a non-supported element, the element has the default appearance.

Some of keywords already have such behavior. We should expand it to all keywords for consistency and to reduce implementation complexity.

Comments

Full list of keyword => supported elements "checkbox", input[type=checkbox] "radio", input[type=radio] "push-button", input[type=button/reset/submit] "square-button", input[type=color] "button", elements other than <select> and <a>. (We might make this stricter later) "inner-spin-button", ::-webkit-inner-spin-button "listbox", listbox <select> "menulist", menulist <select>, input[type=color/date/datetime-local/month/time/week] "menulist-button", Ditto. "meter", meter "progress-bar", progress "slider-horizontal", input[type=range] "slider-vertical", input[type=range] "sliderthumb-horizontal", ::webkit-slider-thumb, ::-webkit-media-slider-thumb "sliderthumb-vertical", Ditto. "searchfield", input[type=search] "searchfield-cancel-button", ::-webkit-clear-button, ::-webkit-search-cancel-button "textfield", input[type=search], input[type=email/number/password/tel/text/url/date/datetime-local/month/time/week] "textarea", textarea

Specification

Editor's draft

Status in Chromium

Blink>CSS


Removed (tracking bug) in:

  • Chrome for desktop release 79
  • Chrome for Android release 79
  • Android WebView release 79

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Last updated on 2019-10-01