The HTMLCollection interface represents a generic collection (array-like object similar to arguments) of elements (in document order) and offers methods and properties for selecting from the list.
A MutationRecord represents an individual DOM mutation. It is the object that is passed to MutationObserver's callback.
Returns the online status of the browser. The property returns a boolean value, with true meaning online and false meaning offline. The property sends updates whenever the browser's ability to connect to the network changes. The update occurs when the user follows links or when a script requests a remote page. For example, the property should return false when users click links soon after they lose internet connection.
A Node is an interface from which a number of DOM types inherit, and allows these various types to be treated (or tested) similarly.
The NodeFilter.acceptNode() method returns an unsigned short that will be used to tell if a given Node must be accepted or not by the NodeIterator or TreeWalker iteration algorithm. This method is expected to be written by the user of a NodeFilter. Possible return values are:
The TreeWalker.firstChild() method moves the current Node to the first visible child of the current node, and returns the found child. It also moves the current node to this child. If no such child exists, returns null and the current node is not changed.
The TreeWalker.lastChild() method moves the current Node to the last visible child of the current node, and returns the found child. It also moves the current node to this child. If no such child exists, returns null and the current node is not changed.
The TreeWalker.nextNode() method moves the current Node to the next visible node in the document order, and returns the found node. It also moves the current node to this one. If no such node exists, returns null and the current node is not changed.
The TreeWalker.nextSibling() method moves the current Node to its next sibling, if any, and returns the found sibling. I there is no such node, return null and the current node is not changed.
The TreeWalker.parentNode() method moves the current Node to the first visible ancestor node in the document order, and returns the found node. If no such node exists, or if it is above the TreeWalker's root node, returns null and the current node is not changed.
The TreeWalker.previousNode() method moves the current Node to the previous visible node in the document order, and returns the found node. It also moves the current node to this one. If no such node exists,or if it is before that the root node defined at the object construction, returns null and the current node is not changed.
An XSLTProcessor applies an XSLT stylesheet transformation to an XML document to produce a new XML document as output. It has methods to load the XSLT stylesheet, to manipulate <xsl:param> parameter values, and to apply the transformation to documents.