tabs.Tab contains information about a tab. This provides access to information about what content is in the tab, how large the content is, what special states or restrictions are in effect, and so forth.
Values of this type are objects. They contain the following properties:
boolean. Whether the tab is active in its window. This may be true even if the tab's window is not currently focused.
boolean. If the tab is not muted: whether the tab is producing sound. If the tab is muted: whether the tab would be producing sound, if it were not muted.
- autoDiscardable Optional
boolean. Whether the tab can be discarded automatically by the browser when resources are low.
string. The cookie store of the tab. If different tabs can have different cookie stores (for example, to support contextual identity), you can pass this as the
storeIdoption into various methods of the
cookiesAPI, to set and get cookies associated with this tab's cookie store. Only present if the extension has the
boolean. Whether the tab is discarded. A discarded tab is one whose content has been unloaded from memory, but is still visible in the tab strip. Its content gets reloaded the next time it's activated.
string. The URL of the tab's favicon. Only present if the extension has the
"tabs"permission. It may also be an empty string if the tab is loading.
integer. The height of the tab in pixels.
boolean. Whether the tab is highlighted.
integer. The tab's ID. Tab IDs are unique within a browser session. The tab ID may also be set to
tabs.TAB_ID_NONEfor browser windows that don't host content tabs (for example, devtools windows).
boolean. Whether the tab is in a private browsing window.
integer. The zero-based index of the tab within its window.
tabs.MutedInfo. The current muted state for the tab and the reason for the last state change.
integer. The ID of the tab that opened this tab, if any. This property is only present if the opener tab still exists.
boolean. Whether the tab is pinned.
boolean. Whether the tab is selected.
string. The session ID used to uniquely identify a
Tabobtained from the
string. Either loading or complete.
string. The title of the tab. Only present if the extension has the
string. The URL of the document that the tab is displaying. Only present if the extension has the
integer. The width of the tab in pixels.
integer. The ID of the window that hosts this tab.
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