Define arbitrary shapes inside and around which inline content can flow.
CSS Shapes is now on the Microsoft Edge backlog with a priority of medium. You can track status updates at https://dev.modern.ie/platform/status/shapes/
Now implemented in Firefox.
Bethany Shore commented
Any updates to where on the backlog this feature is? :)
Ralph Echter commented
"CSS Shapes is now on the Microsoft Edge backlog with a priority of medium. "
Please set priority to high? We're in 2017 already.
Tim Aldridge commented
Last night @jensimmons presented CSS3 Shapes to a packed house at the SFHTML5 Meetup. Trust me, everyone there wants CSS3 Shapes compatibility in Edge- it's a layout game-changer for sure!! IE 10 has a real chance at getting out in front in the array of browsers; CSS3 Shapes implemented properly will be one of the ways for IE 10 to truly be on the cutting "Edge" (I couldn't resist).
The web would be a better looking place with CSS Shapes!
Jen Simmons commented
Yes, please implement CSS Shapes Level 1!
Shapes Level 1 is now fully supported in Chrome, in Safari (both on Mac and iOS), and Opera. Firefox and Internet Explorer are now in a race to see who'll be last to implement it. http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-shapes
I've been teaching CSS Shapes in conference presentations, and people are *incredibly* excited about Shapes. When I presented at CSS Dev Conf, people's mouths were literally hanging open, eyes wide with excitement. It was non-stop comments like these: https://twitter.com/elmofromok/status/521699333138165760 and https://twitter.com/lavalight/status/521699890900914176
This is one of those CSS properties that is going to take off quickly. It's a place where IE can regain developer respect by getting to this sooner, rather than later.