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    smileIBrowserTab

    This article covers features introduced in SeaMonkey 2

    The smileIBrowserTab interface represents a browser tab. smileIBrowserTab is defined in http://mxr.mozilla.org/comm-central/source/suite/smile/public/smileIApplication.idl.

    Implemented via XPCOM service for extIApplication: see the instructions on the FUEL (Firefox), STEEL (Thunderbird) and SMILE (SeaMonkey) pages.

    Method overview

     

    Return Type Method
    void load(in nsIURI aURI)
    void focus()
    void close()
    void moveBefore(in smileIBrowserTab aBefore)
    void moveToEnd()

    Attributes

    Attribute Type Description
    uri readonly attribute nsIURI The current uri of this tab.
    index readonly attribute PRInt32 The current index of this tab in the browser window.
    window readonly attribute smileIWindow The browser window that is holding the tab.
    document readonly attribute nsiDOMHTMLDocument The content document of the browser tab.
    events readonly attribute extIEvents The events object for the browser tab. supports: "load"

    Methods

    load()

    Load a new URI into this browser tab.

    void load(in nsIURI aURI)
    
    Parameters
    aURI
    The uri to load into the browser tab
    Return value

    focus()

    Give focus to this browser tab, and bring it to the front.

    void focus()
    
    Parameters
    Return value

    close()

    Close the browser tab. This may not actually close the tab as script may abort the close operation.

    void close()
    
    Parameters
    Return value

    moveBefore()

    Moves this browser tab before another browser tab within the window.

    void moveBefore(in smileIBrowserTab aBefore)
    
    Parameters
    aBefore
    The tab before which the target tab will be moved
    Return value

    moveToEnd()

    Move this browser tab to the last tab within the window.

    void moveToEnd()
    
    Parameters
    Return value

    See also

     FUEL (Firefox), STEEL (Thunderbird) and SMILE (SeaMonkey)

    Document Tags and Contributors

    Contributors to this page: jenzed, Sheppy
    Last updated by: Sheppy,