Tuesday, August 18th, 2009
>Firefox 3.6 alpha releases have already arrived and there are already cool new features on the heals of the 3.5 release, as well as rapid speed improvements.
background: #729FCF -moz-linear-gradient(left top, left bottom,
from(rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.45)), to(rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.50)),
color-stop(0.4, rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.25)),
color-stop(0.6, rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.0)),
color-stop(0.9, rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.10)));
Read more 3.6 for developers info:
background-sizeproperty from the CSS 3 Backgrounds and Borders draft is supported under the name
- A proposal for CSS
gradientsis supported for
- Multiple background images are now supported.
remlength unit from CSS3 Values and Units is now supported.
image-renderingis supported for images, background images, videos and canvases.
text-align:end is now supported
- DOM changes to elements using the table
displaytypes now work much better.
You can determine whether or not content is being rendered on a touch-enabled device using the new
- The reorder event is now sent to embedded frames and iframes when their document is loaded. See
getBoxObjectFor()method has been removed, as it was non-standard and exposed even more non-standard stuff to the web. See
bug 340571. Also affects mootools which uses this call for Gecko detection. See this mootools bug.
- A new attribute has been created,
mozScreenPixelsPerCSSPixel, for obtaining the amount of screen pixels per CSS pixel on
nsIDOMWindowUtils. This can be used in conjunction with the new global properties,
mozInnerScreenY, to compute screen coordinates. See
- When the page's URI's document fragment identifier (the part after the "#" (hash) character) changes, a new
hashchangeevent is sent to the page. See window.onhashchange for more information.
- Geolocation "address" support is now available enabling user-readable position information. See
- The attribute
document.readyStateis now supported. Gecko also supports
- Support for HTML 5's
element.classListto allow easier handling of the class attribute.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:49 am