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Method of using small symbols next to each glyph to emphasize a run of text, commonly used in East Asian languages. The text-emphasis shorthand, and its text-emphasis-style and text-emphasis-color longhands, can be used to apply marks to the text. The text-emphasis-position property, which inherits separately, allows setting the emphasis marks' position with respect to the text.
Method of defining the effect resulting from overlaying two layers on a Canvas element.
Gives a hint to the browser to lower the loading priority of a resource.
A KeyboardEvent property whose value is a string identifying the key that was pressed. Covers character keys, non-character keys (e.g. arrow keys), and dead keys.
Event listeners created with the passive: true option cannot cancel (preventDefault()) the events they receive. Primarily intended to be used with touch events and wheel events. Since they cannot prevent scrolls, passive event listeners allow the browser to perform optimizations that result in smoother scrolling.
Method of establishing and maintaining functional boundaries between DOM trees and how these trees interact with each other within a document, thus enabling better functional encapsulation within the DOM & CSS.
KeyboardEvent method that returns the state (whether the key is pressed/locked or not) of the given modifier key.
DPR, Width, and Viewport-Width hints enable proactive content negotiation between client and server, enabling automated delivery of optimized assets - e.g. auto-negotiating image DPR resolution.
Allows disabling all of the form control descendants of a fieldset via a disabled attribute on the fieldset element itself.
Method for observing and reacting to changes to sizes of DOM elements.
API allowing media data to be accessed from HTML video and audio elements.
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