Returns the window to the home page.
className gets and sets the value of the class attribute of the specified element.
The Element.innerHTML property sets or gets the HTML syntax describing the element's descendants.
The insertAdjacentElement() method inserts a given element node at a given position relative to the element it is invoked upon.
The insertAdjacentText() method inserts a given text node at a given position relative to the element it is invoked upon.
Indicates whether the given event bubbles up through the DOM or not.
Cancels the event if it is cancelable, without stopping further propagation of the event.
Returns the time (in milliseconds) at which the event was created.
The read-only Node.nodeType property that represents the type of the node.
length returns the number of items in a NodeList.
Returns the window to the previous item in the history. This was a Gecko-specific method. Use the standard history.back method instead.
Registers the window to capture all events of the specified type.
The Window.close() method closes the current window, or the window on which it was called.
window.openDialog() is an extension to It behaves the same, except that it can optionally take one or more parameters past windowFeatures, and windowFeatures itself is treated a little differently.
Returns the maximum number of pixels that the document can be scrolled horizontally.
Returns an array-like object of all child elements which have all of the given class names. When called on the document object, the complete document is searched, including the root node. You may also call getElementsByClassName() on any element; it will return only elements which are descendants of the specified root element with the given class names.
insertAdjacentHTML() parses the specified text as HTML or XML and inserts the resulting nodes into the DOM tree at a specified position. It does not reparse the element it is being used on and thus it does not corrupt the existing elements inside the element. This, and avoiding the extra step of serialization make it much faster than direct innerHTML manipulation.