The SVGFontFaceUriElement interface corresponds to the <font-face-uri> elements.
The SVGGlyphElement interface corresponds to the <glyph> elements.
The SVGHKernElement interface corresponds to the <hkern> elements.
Many of SVG's graphics operations utilize 2x3 matrices of the form:
The SVGMissingGlyphElement interface corresponds to the <missing-glyph> elements.
The SVGNumberList defines a list of SVGNumber objects.
The SVGPreserveAspectRatio interface corresponds to the preserveAspectRatio attribute, which is available for some of SVG's elements.
The SVGRect represents a rectangle. Rectangles consist of <code>x</code> and <code>y</code> coordinate pair identifying a minimum X value, a minimum Y value, and a width and height, which are constrained to be non-negative.
The SVGStringList defines a list of DOMString objects.
The SVGTextPositioningElement interface is inherited by text-related interfaces: SVGTextElement, SVGTSpanElement, SVGTRefElement and SVGAltGlyphElement.
SVGTransform is the interface for one of the component transformations within an SVGTransformList; thus, an SVGTransform object corresponds to a single component (e.g., scale(…) or matrix(…)) within a transform attribute.
The SVGVKernElement interface corresponds to the <vkern> elements.
Cancels an animation frame request previously scheduled through a call to window.requestAnimationFrame().
The Window.showModalDialog() creates and displays a modal dialog box containing a specified HTML document.
The unload event is raised when the window is unloading its content and resources. The resources removal is processed after the unload event occurs.
The WorkerGlobalScope interface of the Web Workers API is an interface representing the scope of any worker. Workers have no browsing context; this scope contains the information usually conveyed by Window objects — in this case event handlers, the console or the associated WorkerNavigator object. Each WorkerGlobalScope has its own event loop.
XMLHttpRequestEventTarget is the interface that describes the event handlers you can implement in an object that will handle events for an XMLHttpRequest.
false if the active element in the document has no focus; true if the active element in the document has focus.