The SVGAnimatedLength interface is used for attributes of basic type <length> which can be animated.
This section contains the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) event reference documentation.
The SVGTextElement interface corresponds to the <text> elements.
In addition to the standard JavaScript set of functions (such as String, Array, Object, JSON etc), there are a variety of functions available from the DOM to workers. This article provides a list of those.
This chapter documents all of JavaScript's standard, built-in objects, including their methods and properties.
aspect-ratio is a CSS media feature whose value is the width-to-height aspect <ratio> of the viewport.
color is a CSS media feature whose value is the <integer> number of bits per color component (red, green, blue) of the feature. CSS colors can either be defined in hexidecimal format or in an RGB format.
color-index is a CSS media feature whose value is the <integer> number of entries in the output device's color lookup table, or zero if the device does not use such a table.
device-aspect-ratio is a deprecated CSS media feature whose value is the width-to-height aspect <ratio> of the output device.
grid is a CSS media feature whose value is an <mq-boolean> indicating whether or not the device is a grid or bitmap.
height is a CSS media feature whose value is the viewport's height as a CSS <length>.
hover is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether the primary input mechanism allows the user to hover over elements.
monochrome is a CSS media feature whose value is the <integer> number of bits per pixel in the output device's monochrome frame buffer, or 0 if the device is not monochrome.
orientation is a CSS media feature that can be used to check what the orientation of the viewport is.
pointer is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether the primary input mechanism is a pointing device, and if so, how accurate it is.
resolution is a CSS media feature whose value is the pixel density of the output device, as a CSS <resolution>.
scan is a CSS media feature that can be used to check what the scanning process (if any) of the output device is. The word scanning used in this context is not the same as with scanning a book or document into an image format using a scanner. Scanning here refers to the process in which an image is painted into a television (or other device) screen.
width is a CSS media feature that can be used to apply styles conditionally based on the width of the viewport. The width must be specified as a <length> value.</length>