API to get the current computed CSS styles applied to an element. This may be the current value applied by an animation or as set by a stylesheet. The window.getComputedStyle() strategy restores a protest that reports the estimations of all CSS properties of a component in the wake of applying dynamic templates and settling any essential calculation those qualities may contain. Individual CSS property estimations are gotten to through APIs given by the question or by basically ordering with CSS property names.
BROWSER SUPPORT FOR
getComputedStyle is partially compatible for Chrome browser version 4 to Chrome browser version 10 and partially compatible for Chrome refers to compatible with the older version of the web browser. Chrome browser version 11 to Chrome browser version 67 support this browser property.
This browser property is not compatible for Firefox browser version 2. Firefox browser version 3 to 3.6 partially support this browser element and partially compatible for Firefox refers to compatible with the older version of the web browser. Firefox browser version 4 to 60 support this property.
Internet Explorer browser version 6 to 8 doesn't support this browser element.
getComputedStyle is supported for Internet Explorer browser version 9 to 11.
Safari browser version 3.1 to 4 doesn't support this web element. Safari browser version 5 to 11.1 supports this browser property.
getComputedStyle element is supported by Microsoft Edge browser.
Opera browser version 10.1 partially supports this property and partial support for Opera refers to supporting an older version of this web browser.
getComputedStyle is compatible for Opera browser version 11.5 to 53.
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