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Reversing course, Google rejects Adobe Web publishing tech

The CSS Regions would have helped ease magazine-like layouts on the Web. But Google's priority now is on performance, not features -- especially mobile browser performance.

By January 27, 2014


Blink-WebKit split endangers some browser features

Developers may have to adapt to browsers that lose features, such as CSS Variables, as Google and Apple part ways in browser development.

By April 8, 2013


CSS 2.1 emerges as official Web standard

Developers already turned much of their attention to the newer CSS3 version of the Web page formatting technology, but standards have a long lifespan.

By June 7, 2011


Adobe issues CSS Web publishing prototype

Ahead of the Google I/O show, the publishing tool power releases a trial browser to let developers test its ideas to bring magazine layouts to Web publishing.

By May 9, 2011


Adobe fleshes out Muse, Edge tools for Web publishing

The tool, designed to open Web publishing to those without Web coding experience, gets contact forms, better widgets, an alignment tool, CSS formatting improvements, and more.

By August 21, 2012


Mozilla debuts 'ridiculously simple' web site creator Thimble

Simple Web site creator allows Internet users to publish sites written in HTML and CSS from the browser window within minutes.

By June 18, 2012


Father of CSS plans for Web publishing future

Presenting a polished layout is crucial to newspapers and magazines publishing on the Web. Opera CTO Hakon Wium Lie says the CSS Web standard is adapting accordingly.

By October 15, 2010


Opera proposal brings a book look to the Web

Changes with the CSS formatting standard could bring a more book-like look to Web pages. But Opera's proposal will have to be reconciled with Adobe's CSS Regions plan.

By October 11, 2011


Wahoo! Hardware-accelerated Opera 12 alpha arrives

WebGL graphics is a highlight of the new alpha build of Opera, but the browser also can accelerate 2D graphics, text, and CSS effects--often on Windows XP.

By October 13, 2011


Adobe brings programmable 3D pizazz to the Web

With CSS shaders, Adobe hopes to bring dynamic, programmable 3D graphics effects to Web content. Apple and Opera back the proposed standard.

By October 4, 2011