This is way cool and really hope this get sput into the spec. I am very impressed Adobe. Thank you for resisting slapping this into Dreamweaver because as much as I love Adobe... I refuse to use Dreamweaver (even though I have it).
What are the chances that it will be included into the spec? Have you gotten any feedback from W3C, Apple, Google, or any of the other big players?
Glad you like it :-)
There is a draft on the W3C web site for CSS Regions and CSS Exclusions:
This is being discussed in the W3C where participant companies are engaged and you can see the discussions on the public mailing lists:
(look for [css3-regions] or [css3-exclusions] in the title).
This is my first time commenting on any post, anywhere. I, like CSS Developer, have Dreamweaver but rarely use it. Seems unnecessarily complex to me. I am still using GoLive CS2 and still discovering functionality.
About CSS Regions - the most exciting development in web applications I have seen in a very long time! I am an avid user of Adobe's InDesign for print. It appears that CSS Regions will enable me to capitalize on my extensive print experience and bring it into my web work.
Keep up the good work.
Well I, for my part, am not a designer and I extensively use Dreamweaver... to develop and teach it! And I would really like to see Dreamweaver implement it!
Imagine doing the same thing now is really hard, so, when a designer asks us to do so, it's much harder and longer than what they think... It will surely be implemented in DW's code hinting, but I hope that all the CSS3 features will also be added in the next release (we'll have to wait for CS6, since it's not available in the dialog box of 5.5)...
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