HTMLParagraphElement

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HTMLParagraphElement

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Inherits from HTMLElement

Properties

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Methods

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Events

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Inherited from HTMLElement

Properties

API Name Summary
aria-activedescendant
aria-busy
aria-checked
aria-controls
aria-describedby Sets or retrieves a list of elements that describe the current object.
aria-disabled
aria-expanded
aria-flowto
aria-haspopup
aria-hidden
aria-invalid
aria-labelledby
aria-level
aria-live
aria-multiselectable
aria-owns
aria-posinset
aria-pressed
aria-readonly
aria-relevant
aria-required
aria-secret
aria-selected
aria-setsize
aria-valuemax
aria-valuemin
aria-valuenow
x-ms-aria-flowfrom
applicationName
attribute
canHaveHTML
cellIndex
className
clientHeight
clientLeft
clientTop
clientWidth
controlRange
dir
disabled
document
domain
draggable Gets or sets whether an element can be dragged and dropped.
elements
embeds
form
frameElement
image
indeterminate
index
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Methods

API Name Summary
abort
blur
clearAttributes
click Covers what the click action is and what happens when it is performed.
componentFromPoint
create
doScroll
focus
getBoundingClientRect Returns a ClientRect object that encloses a group of text rectangles.

The returned value is a ClientRect object which is the union of the rectangles returned by getClientRects() for the element, i.e., the CSS border-boxes associated with the element. It contains read-only left, top, right and bottom properties describing the border-box, in pixels, with the top-left relative to the top-left of the viewport.

getClientRects The returned value is a collection of ClientRect objects, one for each CSS border box associated with the element. Each ClientRect object contains read-only left, top, right and bottom properties describing the border box, in pixels, with the top-left relative to the top-left of the viewport. For tables with captions, the caption is included even though it's outside the border box of the table.
hide
item
matchesSelector The matches API checks if an element matches a given selector. While the old API used the name matchesSelector, the new one will use matches.
mergeAttributes
namedItem
remove
setActive
setCustomValidity
show
showModalDialog
showModelessDialog
toStaticHTML

Events

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Compatibility

Desktop

Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari
Basic support ? ? ? ? ?

Mobile

Feature Android BlackBerry Chrome for mobile Firefox Mobile (Gecko) IE Mobile Opera Mobile Opera Mini Safari Mobile
Basic support ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Attribution

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Portions of this content come from the Microsoft Developer Network: [Windows Internet Explorer API reference Article]