Netbeans71 CSS HTML Plan

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CSS & HTML Features Plan for Netbeans 7.1


Priority Feature Description Issues Milestone State
P2 Javascript APIs HTML5 has introduced some new DOM elements and javascript APIs so the JS support should be extended to cover them. -
P4 Completion & documentation for the SVG and MATHML content Documentation for the SVG and MATHML tags is not available as well as the code completion doesn't provide the tags' attributes and their documentation. -
P1 P1 HTML validator options
  • disable/enable the validation for project/foder/file
  • configure default html doctype for fragments for project/folder/file
  • configure the validator issues - allow to enable/disable/change severity of particular issues
P3 code completion for doctypes - -
P4 Missing class/id error check + hintfix If a class or id used in an html page is undefined in any of the bound stylesheets, then a warning is displayed for such tag with a hintfix "Generate missing class/id". The fix will add new class/id into the associated stylesheet, in case there are more user can choose (including generating <style>...</style> section inside the html itself. There might be an option which specify the behavior. -


Notes: CSS3 has modular architecture. The modules define css syntax-grammar, css properies, behavior rules etc. Only very few modules are in stable state, the rest is still under development. It is unlikely then we'll be able to implement support for all the currently proposed modules. The modules needs to be sorted according to their priority and the support added accordingly.

Priority Feature Description Issues Milestone State
P1 CSS3 Parser Use a new css 3 level parser or update the existing generated JavaCC grammar of the existing one -
P1 update the parser so it's possible to parse proprietary MS syntax Currently the MS syntax extension is only somehow workarounded in the grammar.]
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