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Sets the scrolled position of the document inside the current window or frame. To return the document to its unscrolled position, set both parameter
Used inside an event handler function, this method directs Navigator 4 (only) to let the event pass to its intended target object.
This is a convenience method that adjusts the height and width of the window to specific pixel sizes. The top and left edges of the window remain fixe
This is a convenience method that shifts the width and height of the window by specified pixel amounts. To adjust along only one axis, set the other
removeEventListener ( "eventType", listenerFunction, useCapture ). Netscape 6 implements this W3C DOM event model method for the window obje
The opposite of window.captureEvents( ) , this method turns off event capture at the window level for one or more specific events named in the para
Displays a dialog box with a message, a one-line text entry field, and two clickable buttons. Script execution halts while the dialog box appears. T
Starts the printing process for the window or frame. A user must still confirm the print dialog box to send the document to the printer. This method
Opens a new window. You can specify a URL to load into the new window or set that parameter to an empty string to allow scripts to document.write( ) i
Loads a new document into the window or frame. This is the IE-specific way of assigning a value to the window.location.href property.
This is a convenience method that shifts the location of the current window to a specific coordinate point. The moveTo( ) method uses the screen c
This is a convenience method that shifts the location of the window by specified pixel amounts along both axes. To shift along only one axis, set th
Navigates to the URL designated as the home page for the browser. This is the same as the user clicking on the Home button.
Returns a selection object, which can then be turned into a W3C DOM Range object. This method takes the place of the old document.getSelection( )
Returns a style object (specifically, a CSSStyleDeclaration object in the W3C DOM terminology) showing the net cascade of style settings that affe
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