In spec says:
Each <string> inside image-set() represents a <url>, just like in image().
image-set( "foo.png" 1x, "foo-2x.png" 2x, "foo-print.png" 600dpi );
Is WebKit planning to support the above standard syntax in near future?
I'm not sure what part of the syntax this bug is requesting. We don't yet support the dpi option, but it doesn't sound like this is the complaint.
Can you provide a test case that shows where we are failing?
Currently Blink supports this syntax:
background-image: image-set( url("foo.png") 1x,
url("foo-print.png") 3x );
From standard syntax, I mean the following:
background-image: image-set( "foo.png" 1x,
"foo-print.png" 600dpi );
Looking at this, it can be seen that the standard syntax (i.e. ) is superset of currently supported syntax (i.e. ).
So, basically, you do not need url("..."), you can enter it as a string without the url() function. Also, the resolution part supports more than just #x (i.e. it supports #x as well #dpi)
Does WebKit have plans to support this standard syntax?
Yeah Sunil Ratnu is right