There should be a document that explains how CSS works for XUL. It should have examples of CSS documents and screenshots of how it looks. This document should also explain how CSS works for each individual XUL element. It needs to list all the CSS attributes that work for each XUL element so people will have an easy way to tell if the CSS attributes people are trying to use work in XUL, and a list of attributes that don't work for each element and a list of ones that people are planning to implement. It can also list all the quirks of CSS for each XUL element. I think that Mozilla should be working towards having all possible CSS attributes work in XUL.
I do believe hyatt is working on such a creation. Reassigning QA to Ben since he'll probably have to proof read the document once it's written.
resolve as fixed ?
Sorry for spam, but there is no way to vore for this bug - so I just state my "Mee Too" opinion here... What currently exists in the Xulplanet is more or less OK but It could improve a lot - by adding code samples and screenshots with results would be great - also a nice testcase/demo (in a popup window?) wouldn't hurt...
Is this ever going to happen or is this a duplicate of bug 37512 ?
No activity in 10 years. Closing. Please open new issues in the "Developer documentation" product to get issues on MDN's radar. fwiw, seems like this ended up here https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Skinning_XUL_Files_by_Hand