In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-border-left-colors CSS property sets a list of colors for the left border.
In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-border-right-colors CSS property sets a list of colors for the right border.
In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-border-top-colors CSS property sets a list of colors for the top border.
-moz-force-broken-image-icon is an extended CSS property. The value 1 forces a broken image icon even if the image has an alt attribute. When the value 0 is used the image will act as usual and only display the alt attribute.
This value for CSS background-image lets you use a portion of a larger image as a background. This allows you to, for example, use different parts of one larger image as backgrounds in different parts of your content.
For a system that works on any background, see -moz-image-rect.
The -moz-user-modify property determines whether or not the content of an element can be edited by a user. This property is related to the contenteditable attribute. A similar property user-focus was proposed in early drafts of a predecessor of the CSS3 UI specification but was rejected by the working group.
The -webkit-border-before CSS property is a shorthand property for setting the individual logical block start border property values in a single place in the style sheet. -webkit-border-before can be used to set the values for one or more of: -webkit-border-before-width, -webkit-border-before-style, and -webkit-border-before-color. It maps to a physical border depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top, border-right, border-bottom, or border-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
The -webkit-text-stroke CSS property specifies the width and color of strokes for text characters. This is a shorthand property for the longhand properties -webkit-text-stroke-width and -webkit-text-stroke-color.
The -webkit-text-stroke-width CSS property specifies the width of the stroke for text.
A DOMCursor object represents an ongoing operation over a list of results. It is an enhanced DOMRequest that allows to iterate through a list of results asynchronously. Each time its continue() method is called, the DOMCursor tries to reach the next result in the list and calls its result's success or error accordingly.
A DOMRequest object represents an ongoing operation. It provides callbacks that are called when the operation completes, as well as a reference to the operation's result. A DOM method that initiates an ongoing operation may return a DOMRequest object that you can use to monitor the progress of that operation.
The Element.scrollIntoViewIfNeeded() method scrolls the current element into the visible area of the browser window if it's not already within the visible area of the browser window. If the element is already within the visible area of the browser window, then no scrolling takes place. This method is a proprietary variation of the standard Element.scrollIntoView() method.