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Method of defining the effect resulting from overlaying two layers on a Canvas element.
A KeyboardEvent property representing the physical key that was pressed, ignoring the keyboard layout and ignoring whether any modifier keys were active.
jQuery-like methods on DOM nodes to insert nodes around or within a node, or to replace one node with another. These methods accept any number of DOM nodes or HTML strings as arguments. Includes: ChildNode.before, ChildNode.after, ChildNode.replaceWith, ParentNode.prepend, and ParentNode.append.
Causes an event listener to be automatically removed after it gets invoked, so that it only gets invoked once. Similar to jQuery's $.one() feature.
A responsive images method to control which image resource a user agent presents to a user, based on resolution, media query and/or support for a particular image format
Method of including and reusing HTML documents in other HTML documents.
Method of easily creating custom dialog boxes to display to the user with modal or non-modal options. Also includes a ::backdrop pseudo-element for behind the element.
Method for observing and reacting to changes to sizes of DOM elements.
The srcset and sizes attributes on img (or source) elements allow authors to define various image resources and "hints" that assist a user agent to determine the most appropriate image source to display (e.g. high-resolution displays, small monitors, etc).
Method of defining a context menu item, now deprecated and removed from the HTML specification.
This attribute makes an ordered list number its items in descending order (large to small), instead of ascending order (small to large; the default). The order that the list items are displayed in is not affected.
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