[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 114643] WebKit does not expose HTML5 drag/drop status

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Thu Feb 26 21:24:09 PST 2015


--- Comment #9 from Don <donshreds at yahoo.com> ---
Created attachment 247494
  --> https://bugs.webkit.org/attachment.cgi?id=247494&action=review
modified original testcase such that demo works

Similar to original testcase posted by James.

Whats changed includes
1. background-image URLs no longer reference some obsolete twitter headshots, instead they now simply reference a logo image commonly presented on www.google.com's main search page. (Only a corner of it gets displayed in our testcase, but thats enough to see something draggable). The new URL is (and its the same for all 5 <li> elements, sorry) 

2. I tweaked the Javascript slightly where the <li> elements were being iterated over and the HTML 5 'draggable' attribute was being set. The original testcase was setting 'draggable' to '' (empty string). However, the value must be one of 'true', 'false', or 'auto' (at least according to the W3 Schools folks at http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_global_draggable.asp)

Basically, I changed a line from
    item.setAttribute('draggable', ''); // make it draggable
    item.setAttribute('draggable', 'true'); // make it draggable

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