Chrome 15 adds CSS Regions support

Earlier this year, .net magazine reported on Adobe's attempt to bring magazine-type layouts to the web. Adobe's CSS Regions concept was designed to enable more complex layouts, including content flow. This would enable text to be displayed in multiple regions, flowing automatically from one to the other.

In the race to support the new technology, Chrome has emerged as the victor, says Mihai Corlan. While IE10 supports some aspects of CSS Regions, Chrome 15 is the first production browser to include support for the Adobe technology.

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