The HTML <meta> element represents any metadata information that cannot be represented by one of the other HTML meta-related elements (<base>, <link>, <script>, <style> or <title>).
The Document.queryCommandEnabled() method reports whether or not the specified editor command is enabled by the browser.
Returns a list of the elements within the document (using depth-first pre-order traversal of the document's nodes) that match the specified group of selectors. The object returned is a NodeList.
An XPathExpression is a compiled XPath query returned from document.createExpression(). It has a method evaluate() which can be used to execute the compiled XPath.
The Document.characterSet read-only property returns the character encoding of the current document. The character encoding is the character set used for rendering the document, which may be different from the encoding specified by the page. (The user can override the encoding.).
In an HTML document, the Document.createElement() method creates the specified HTML element or an HTMLUnknownElement if the given element name isn't a known one.
The Document.createTreeWalker() creator method returns a newly created TreeWalker object.
In browsers, document.defaultView returns the window object associated with a document, or null if none is available.
Returns the Document Type Declaration (DTD) associated with current document. The returned object implements the DocumentType interface. Use DOMImplementation.createDocumentType() to create a DocumentType.
This method functions identically to the Window.getSelection() method; it returns a Selection object representing the text currently selected in the document.
Creates a copy of a node from an external document that can be inserted into the current document.
The links property returns a collection of all <area> elements and <a> elements in a document with a value for the href attribute.
"online" event is fired on the <body> of each page when the browser switches between online and offline mode. Additionally, the events bubble up from document.body, to document, ending at window. Both events are non-cancellable (you can't prevent the user from coming online, or going offline).
The Document.onselectionchange property represents the event handler that is called when a selectionchange event reaches this object.
Returns an HTMLCollection object containing one or more HTMLEmbedElements or null which represent the <embed> elements in the current document.
The scrollingElement read-only property of the Document interface returns a reference to the Element that scrolls the document.
The Element.requestFullscreen() method issues an asynchronous request to make the element be displayed full-screen.