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A Text object is what this book calls in many places a "text node." Microsoft refers to this object as a TextNode object. This object repres
This is single character key that either gives focus to an element (in some browsers) or activates a form control or link action. The browser an
Removes focus from the current text object, at which time the text object's onblur event fires. Note that the range of elements capable of focus and b
Contains the string of characters in the text node. The value is the same as the nodeValue property value, and there is no reason to favor one pro
Specifies whether the text element is available for user interaction. When set to true, the element cannot receive focus or be modified by the user
Provides a count of characters in the text node.
Adds characters (passed as a string parameter) to the end of the current text node. The content consists of raw characters, so if you intend to add
Removes characters from the current text node starting with the character in (zero-based) position signified by startOffset , and for a length of
Inserts text into a zero-based character position in the text node.
Used with IE data binding, returns an integer representing the record within the data set that generated the element (i.e., an element whose con
Replaces text in the current text node with new text. The original content to be removed is signified by the zero-based start position and the numbe
Divides the current text node into two sibling text nodes; otherwise, doesn't disturb the text.
Returns a copy of the designated segment of the text node content. The section to be copied is signified by the zero-based start position and the nu
This is a number that indicates the sequence of this text element within the tabbing order of all focusable elements in the document.
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