HTML Elements > STYLE
The speak, speakHeader, speakNumeral, speakPunctuation, speechRate, stress of style are described in below chapter:
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Sets an inline style attribute/value pair. If the attribute already exists, the new value is applied to the existing attribute; otherwise the attrib
Assigns a script expression to an element object's property as a way to calculate dynamically a value for the property. This method works with prope
Returns a style object whose individual style properties convey values only if they are explicitly set via the regular style sheet processes.
Deletes the inline CSS attribute/value pair and returns a string with the previous value.
Returns the attribute name of the inline CSS attribute/value pair corresponding to the integer index value in source code order.
Returns the string value of the inline CSS attribute/value pair.
Returns the string value of any priority (such as !important ) associated with the inline CSS attribute.
Returns an object that represents a CSS value. In the W3C DOM, the CSSValue object returned from this method has properties that reveal the text o
Governs the magnification of rendered content. Particularly useful for output that might be displayed on monitors with very high pixel density. See
For a positioned element, this specifies the stacking order relative to other elements within the same parent container. See Chapter 4 for details on
Intended primarily for languages that display characters in vertical sentences, this controls the progression of content, left-to-right, or right-to
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