The Range.cloneContents() returns a DocumentFragment copying the objects of type Node included in the Range.
The Range.cloneRange() method returns a Range object with boundary points identical to the cloned Range.
The Range.collapse() method collapses the Range to one of its boundary points.
The Range.commonAncestorContainer read-only property returns the deepest — or furthest down the document tree — Node that contains both boundary points of the range. This means that if Range.startContainer and Range.endContainer both refer to the same node, this node is the commonAncestorContainer.
The Range.compareBoundaryPoints() method compares the boundary points of the Range with another one.
The Range.deleteContents() removes the contents of the Range from the Document.
The Range.detach() method releases a Range from use. This lets the browser choose to release resources associated with this Range. Subsequent attempts to use the detached range will result in a DOMException being thrown with an error code of INVALID_STATE_ERR.
The Range.endContainer read-only property returns the Node within which the Range ends. To change the end position of a node, use the Range.setEnd() method or a similar one.
The Range.endOffset read-only property returns a number representing where in the Range.endContainer the Range ends.
The Range.extractContents() method moves contents of the Range from the document tree into a DocumentFragment.
The Range.insertNode() method inserts a node at the start of the Range.
The Range.selectNode() method sets the Range to contain the Node and its contents. The parent Node of the start and end of the Range will be the same as the parent of the referenceNode.
The Range.selectNodeContents() sets the Range to contain the contents of a Node.
The Range.setEnd() method sets the end position of a Range.
The Range.setEndAfter() method sets the end position of a Range relative to another Node. The parent Node of end of the Range will be the same as that for the referenceNode.
The Range.setEndBefore() method sets the end position of a Range relative to another Node. The parent Node of end of the Range will be the same as that for the referenceNode.
The Range.setStart() method sets the start position of a Range.
The Range.setStartAfter() method sets the start position of a Range relative to a Node. The parent Node of the start of the Range will be the same as that for the referenceNode.
The Range.setStartBefore() method sets the start position of a Range relative to another Node. The parent Node of the start of the Range will be the same as that for the referenceNode.
The Range.startContainer read-only property returns the Node within which the Range starts. To change the start position of a node, use one of the Range.setStart() methods.