The -moz-user-focus CSS property is used to indicate whether the element can have the focus.
The outline-style CSS property is used to set the style of the outline of an element. An outline is a line that is drawn around elements, outside the border edge, to make the element stand out.
This works similarly to the standard radial gradients as described by radial-gradient(), but it automatically repeats the color stops infinitely in both directions, with their positions shifted by multiples of the difference between the last color stop's position and the first one's position.
The CSS transform property lets you modify the coordinate space of the CSS visual formatting model. Using it, elements can be translated, rotated, scaled, and skewed.
The transform-box property defines the layout box, to which the transform and transform-origin properties relate to.
The -webkit-mask-repeat-x property specifies whether and how a mask image is repeated (tiled) horizontally.
The -webkit-mask-repeat-y property specifies whether and how a mask image is repeated (tiled) vertically.
The -webkit-overflow-scrolling CSS property controls whether or not touch devices use momentum-based scrolling for the given element.
The -webkit-text-fill-color CSS property specifies the fill color of characters of text. If this property is not set, the value of the color property is used.
The -webkit-text-stroke-color CSS property specifies the stroke color of characters of text. If this property is not set, the value of the color property is used.
The -webkit-touch-callout CSS property controls the display of the default callout shown when you touch and hold a touch target.
Logs the number of times that this particular call to count() has been called. This function takes an optional argument label.
Displays an interactive tree of the descendant elements of the specified XML/HTML element. If it is not possible to display as an element the JavaScript Object view is shown instead. The output is presented as a hierarchical listing of expandable nodes that let you see the contents of child nodes.
Creates a new inline group in the Web Console log. This indents all following output by an additional level, until console.groupEnd() is called.
Outputs an informational message to the Web Console. In Firefox and Chrome, a small "i" icon is displayed next to these items in the Web Console's log.
Starts a timer you can use to track how long an operation takes. You give each timer a unique name, and may have up to 10,000 timers running on a given page. When you call console.timeEnd() with the same name, the browser will output the time, in milliseconds, that elapsed since the timer was started.
Adds a single marker to the browser's Timeline or Waterfall tool. This lets you correlate a point in your code with the other events recorded in the timeline, such as layout and paint events.