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Method for data binding, a now-withdrawn ECMAScript 7 proposal
The padStart() and padEnd() methods pad the current string with a given string (eventually repeated) so that the resulting string reaches a given length. The pad is applied from the start (left) of the current string for padStart(), and applied from the end (right) of the current string for padEnd().
Window fires beforeprint and afterprint events so the printed document can be annotated.
Icon used by browsers to identify a webpage or site. While all browsers support the .ico format, the SVG format can be preferable to more easily support higher resolutions or larger icons.
Method of specifying and selecting between multiple video tracks. Useful for providing sign language tracks, burnt-in captions or subtitles, alternative camera angles, etc.
Method of specifying and selecting between multiple audio tracks. Useful for providing audio descriptions, director's commentary, additional languages, alternative takes, etc.
Next version of WebGL. Based on OpenGL ES 3.0.
Method of applying filter effects (like blur, grayscale or hue) to content/elements below the target element.
CSS media query based on a user preference for preferring reduced motion (animation, etc).
OpenType font settings that allows a single font file to behave like multiple fonts: it can contain all the allowed variations in width, weight, slant, optical size, or any other exposed axes of variation as defined by the font designer. Variations can be applied via the font-variation-settings property.
Selectors Level 4 allows the :not() pseudo-class to accept a list of selectors, which the element must not match any of. Selectors Level 3 only allowed :not() to accept a single simple selector. Thus, :not(a):not(.b):not([c]) can instead be written as :not(a, .b, [c])
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