The dropzone global attribute was introduced by the HTML5 drag and drop specification as a declarative method for specifying an HTML element's willingness to be the target of a drag-and-drop operation, the content types that can be dropped onto the element, and the drag-and-drop operation (copy/move/link). No browser has implemented the unprefixed version. Blink and WebKit implement a prefixed form of the attribute, webkitdropzone. We would like to remove the prefixed attribute.



Specification link

Final published standard: Recommendation, Living Standard, Candidate Recommendation, or similar final form

Status in Chromium


Removed (tracking bug)

Consensus & Standardization

After a feature ships in Chrome, the values listed here are not guaranteed to be up to date.



This is a prefixed attribute that will never be standardized. The standardized version of the attribute is failing to gain traction from other browser implementers. Therefore, we would like to remove the attribute before Web content starts depending on it.

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dropzone drag drop,

Last updated on 2020-11-09