On Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 7:41 PM, Léonie Watson <lwat...@paciellogroup.com> wrote: > Is there a succinct explanation of why the is= syntax is disliked?
Rather than <button is=my-button></button> you want <my-button></my-button> that just gets all the <button> goodness through composition/inheritance. Also the fact that you need <form is=my-form> to be able to submit custom elements is something we should fix in the design of <form>. That is="" can make certain hacks a little simpler is nice, but that's not enough to justify standardizing it. I have the feeling we're going in circles though, since the arguments on both sides have been made repeatedly for the past x years. -- https://annevankesteren.nl/