Allows hiding of portions of a visible elements.
CSS Masking is in development.
Eta/Progress on this?
Ben Bout commented
Great, now move forward with APNG as well..
Chris Lilley commented
Up to date specification link
Woo hoo! This is being worked on!
It's on active development!
Harry Ghazni commented
This needs to be a thing!
For the love of jebus, please add support for mask-image. This is the only browser that has me second-guessing using it on my clients' sites.
That backlog status is from 2015. Showing as 'In Development' on the platform status page here: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/status/masks/?q=mask Yay!
Bogdan Stanciu commented
Any update on this? +1 for this feature
Hugo Heneault commented
Edwin Jose, commented
gonna use it regardless, its such a cool feature and every other browser has it, don't know why it is in medium priority.
masks/clip-path to be added.
Mark Chantel commented
Microsoft IE/Edge? Hahahaha
Alan H commented
I have been using this in Webkit since 2009.
James Parkes commented
any update on where this is?
Ron Kok commented
I just wrote a pull request to KaTeX, the math rendering library for Khan Academy. The pull request depends on mask. Details at http://copyasmarkup.com/bug/edgeproblems.html.
Since Microsoft wants to do better in the education market, you should do this.
Guys, what's the deal here? CSS Masking is a no-brainer. Up the priority.
Gleb Mazovetskiy commented
The status WRT other browsers here is incorrect: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/status/masks/
Masks are supported in both Firefox and Safari
You have to add this to the next release.