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    frame/utils

    Experimental

    Provides helper functions for working with platform internals like frames and browsers.

    Usage

    Module exports create function that takes the nsIDOMDocument of a privileged document and creates a browser element in its documentElement:

    let { open } = require('sdk/window/utils');
    let { create } = require('sdk/frame/utils');
    let window = open('data:text/html,Foo');
    let frame = create(window.document);

    Optionally create can be passed set of options to configure created frame even further.

    Execution of scripts may easily be enabled:

    let { open } = require('sdk/window/utils');
    let { create } = require('sdk/frame/utils');
    let window = open('data:text/html,top');
    let frame = create(window.document, {
      uri: 'data:text/html,<script>alert("Hello")</script>',
      allowJavascript: true
    });

    Globals

    Functions

    create(document, options)

    Creates a XUL browser element in a privileged document.

    Parameters

    document : nsIDOMDocument

    options : object
    Optional options:

    Name Type  
    type String

    String that defines access type of the document loaded into it. Defaults to "content". For more details and other possible values see documentation on MDN

    uri String

    URI of the document to be loaded into the new frame. Defaults to about:blank.

    remote Boolean

    If true separate process will be used for this frame, and all the following options are ignored.

    allowAuth Boolean

    Whether to allow auth dialogs. Defaults to false.

    allowJavascript Boolean

    Whether to allow Javascript execution. Defaults to false.

    allowPlugins Boolean

    Whether to allow plugin execution. Defaults to false.

    Returns

    frame : The new browser element.

    Document Tags and Contributors

    Contributors to this page: wbamberg
    Last updated by: wbamberg,
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