[whatwg] hit regions: limited set of elements for fallback content
Charles McCathie Nevile
chaals at yandex-team.ru
Fri Feb 21 05:40:20 PST 2014
On Fri, 21 Feb 2014 09:47:51 +0100, Steve Faulkner
<faulkner.steve at gmail.com> wrote:
> hixie wrote:
>> But there's plenty of things which make zero sense as fallback content.
>> <input type=color>, for example, simply cannot be sanely implemented in
I don't want to pronounce on sanity, but I don't think it has ever been a
major criterion for whether people *will* do something on the Web.
And it seems pretty easy to make a colour picker in canvas. I can imagine
that anyone who wanted a specific-purpose color picker (styled to match
the site, or customising the options, or...) would do it in canvas or SVG,
and my guess is the former would be more common...
> as implemented input type=color is a button that when activated pops up a
> picker dialog. So the following code (as a simple example)
> <canvas id="myCanvas" width="200" height="100"
> style="border:1px solid #000000;"
> <input type="color"" id="button">
> in Firefox 30/windows when the canvas is clicked the color picker is
> displayed., likewise if the the input receives focus via the keyboard and
> the enter/spacebar key is pressed the picker dialog is displayed.
> HTML 5.1 <http://www.w3.org/html/wg/drafts/html/master/>
Charles McCathie Nevile - Consultant (web standards) CTO Office, Yandex
chaals at yandex-team.ru Find more at http://yandex.com
More information about the whatwg