An object of type
bookmarks.BookmarkTreeNode represents a node in the bookmark tree, where each node is a bookmark, a bookmark folder, or a separator. Child nodes are ordered by an
index within their respective parent folders.
object with the following properties:
bookmarks.BookmarkTreeNodeobjects which represent the node's children. The list is ordered in the list in which the children appear in the user interface. This field is omitted if the node isn't a folder.
A number representing the creation date of the node in milliseconds since the epoch.
A number representing the date and time the contents of this folder last changed, in milliseconds since the epoch.
stringwhich uniquely identifies the node. Each ID is unique within the user's profile and remains unchanged across browser restarts.
A number which represents the zero-based position of this node within its parent folder, where zero represents the first entry.
Note: If you create or move multiple bookmarks, because the
bookmarks.move()methods are asynchronous, the requests may get processed in any order. Consequently, the value of each bookmark's index may change or be unknown until all the requests are completed. If the index associated with a bookmark matters to your extension, then – when creating or moving multiple bookmarks – the extension should wait for each
bookmarks.movecall to complete before creating or moving the next bookmark. Waiting ensures that the index associated with each bookmark is not affected by a create or move call executing concurrently while the original call is in progress.
stringwhich specifies the ID of the parent folder. This property is not present in the root node.
stringwhich contains the text displayed for the node in menus and lists of bookmarks.
bookmarks.BookmarkTreeNodeTypeobject indicating whether this is a bookmark, a folder, or a separator. Defaults to
urlis omitted, in which case it defaults to
stringwhich represents the URL for the bookmark. If the node represents a folder, this property is omitted.
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