What’s happening in CSS?

A list of links I use to track what is happening in CSS and browsers. Anything to add? Pop it in the comments and I’ll update the list.

Follow the CSS Working Group

Track upcoming browser implementations and official news

Researching interoperability and webcompat issues

  • Mozilla Web Compat
    Official Mozilla account for Web Compatibility issues.
  • Firefox Site Compat Twitter
    A community-driven developer engagement initiative focused on backward compatibility & regressions in Firefox. Tweets by @koyoskeh, not affiliated with Mozilla.
  • EdgeHTML Issue Tracker
    Report or search EdgeHTML issues, such as problems with site rendering or standards compliance.
  • Bugzilla
    Bugtracker for Firefox and other Mozilla products
  • Chrome/Blink Bugs
    Search for or log bugs with Chrome or Blink
  • Safari/WebKit bugs
    Search for or log bugs in Safari or WebKit
  • WebCompat.com
    Started by the Mozilla Web Compatibility team, this initiative is a global task force on a mission to improve the web one bug at a time.

The CSS Layout Online Workshop

If you are ever baffled by floats, puzzled by collapsing margins or want to understand what is happening under the hood of a framework, this course is for you.
xfq on the 14 May 2017:

FX Task Force drafts: https://github.com/w3c/fxtf-drafts/

CSS-TAG Houdini Task Force drafts: https://github.com/w3c/css-houdini-drafts/

Mozilla Hacks: https://hacks.mozilla.org/

Servo blog: https://blog.servo.org/

Google Developers: https://developers.google.com/web/updates/

Chromium blog: https://blog.chromium.org/

Can I use news: https://caniuse.com/#info_news

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