Mozilla has implemented several extensions to CSS (e.g. -moz-border-radius), HTML (e.g. <blink>), HTTP (e.g. maybe -Moz-Layout-Mode), and so on. We need to document these. I guess the first step is to list all the extensions... Maybe a new bug needs to be broken out for each relevant component and assigned to that module's owner, with this bug as the parent dependency?
There's some info in: http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-style/2000Apr/0033.html bug 3935
Steve, is there any chance that the doc group could create a "mozilla extensions to CSS" document? Or facilitate the open source creation of one?
Accepting bug for now, changing product to Documentation. Can't wait to document "blink"! We'll solicit help from the mozilla doc community, and I'll reassign as appropriate.
Moving to "Web Developer" component, since this documentation is for people who write websites more than for those who write Mozilla itself... <blink> - HTML extension Introduced in: An earlier version of Netscape Navigator Standard Compliant Equivalent: <span style="text-decoration: blink"> Syntax: <blink> </blink> Description: An inline level element with blinking content.
Sorry for the spam. New QA Contact for Browser General. Thanks for your help Joseph (good luck with the new job) and welcome aboard Doron Rosenberg
Between MDN and various specs that have arisen since 2000, I'd say this is WFM.