The getCounterValue() method of the CSSPrimitiveValue interface is used to get the counter value. If this CSS value doesn't contain a counter value, a DOMException is raised. Modification to the corresponding style property can be achieved using the Counter interface.
The setFloatValue() method of the CSSPrimitiveValue interface is used to set a float value. If the property attached to this value can't accept the specified unit or the float value, the value will be unchanged and a DOMException will be raised.
The setStringValue() method of the CSSPrimitiveValue interface is used to set a string value. If the property attached to this value can't accept the specified unit or the string value, the value will be unchanged and a DOMException will be raised.
The documentURI property of the Document interface returns the document location as a string.
When an HTML document has been switched to designMode, the document object exposes the execCommand method which allows one to run commands to manipulate the contents of the editable region. Most commands affect the document's selection (bold, italics, etc.), while others insert new elements (adding a link) or affect an entire line (indenting). When using contentEditable, calling execCommand() will affect the currently active editable element.
The onmouseout property returns the onMouseOut event handler code on the current element.
The onmouseup property returns the onMouseUp event handler code on the current element.
The version property of the IDBVersionChangeEvent interface returns The new version of the database in a versionchange transaction.
For older WebKit browsers, call this method before creating or deleting an object store.
The MediaKeySystemConfiguration interface EncryptedMediaExtensions API provides configuration information about the media key system.
The PositionOptions.enableHighAccuracy property is a Boolean that indicates the application would like to receive the best possible results. If true and if the device is able to provide a more accurate position, it will do so. Note that this can result in slower response times or increased power consumption (with a GPS chip on a mobile device for example). On the other hand, if false (the default value), the device can take the liberty to save resources by responding more quickly and/or using less power.
The PositionOptions.maximumAge property is a positive long value indicating the maximum age in milliseconds of a possible cached position that is acceptable to return. If set to 0, it means that the device cannot use a cached position and must attempt to retrieve the real current position. If set to Infinity the device must return a cached position regardless of its age.
The PositionOptions.timeout property is a positive long value representing the maximum length of time (in milliseconds) the device is allowed to take in order to return a position. The default value is Infinity, meaning that getCurrentPosition() won't return until the position is available.
Returns an interface to register or unregister a push registration, get an active registration, or check the permission status of the registration. This interface has been superceded by PushManager.