[whatwg] Drag and drop in HTML5
ian at hixie.ch
Wed May 4 16:20:10 PDT 2005
On Thu, 5 May 2005, Dean Edwards wrote:
> Controlling behavior through CSS is OK if the what you are changing is
> It seems there two kinds of drag/drop. One kind affects the DOM, e.g.
> changing the order of items in a list. The other kind affects CSS, e.g.
> dragging a window on screen. For a draggable window only the CSS "left"
> and "top" positions would be a affected. It would be difficult to
> specify this without CSS!
> Ideally, i'd like to do both. Use CSS to declare a draggable element and
> use HTML to declare a list that can be re-ordered.
True. I am primarily (exclusively?) concerned with "meaningful"
dragging-and-dropping here. Resizing or moving things that aren't
otherwise affecting the logic of the application is out of scope.
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