Current votes: None.
Lachlan Hunt wrote: > Regardless of whether or not we agree on a common glyph to use for > this, we should at least agree on the applicable CSS styles used to > achieve > the rendering, which is essential so that authors have an easier time > override them with their own styles. Itâs far too premature to consider such things. We donât know what are the feasible or optimal renderings of <details> elements. Actually, if you wish to make them widely understood and used, you _donât_ want to encourage authors to suggest their idiosyncratic renderings. On the average, a web author, left alone, creates a much poorer user interface than a person designing a web browser â simply because the latter is some kind of a professional in such matters. > If we use 'list-style-type', it seems reasonable to at least agree on > a common list-style-type value. Why should we use list-style-type for something that clearly ainât no list?