I’ve noticed that the
containerless attribute in Aurelia 2 doesn’t work as it did in Aurelia 1. Adding this attribute to my custom element doesn’t do anything
<my-element prop1.bind="value" containerless></my-element>
still renders the
my-element wrapper. Is there a different way of doing this in Au 2?
In the cheatsheet there is a example of with and without conventions under custom elements. Not sure if that would be what your looking for.
Thanks @airboss001, I saw that, but I want to declare it as an attribute on the HTML, not in the custom element’s view model. This is especially useful when defining and then using in-line custom elements.
Ok, worth a shot.
Did you see if the module version worked? Might be easy to add/create the custom attribute back if so perhaps?
I appreciate it’s not always equivalent, but we’ve found
display: contents; has largely replaced
containerless for us - where we were mostly needing to avoid the element existing because of CSS.