CSSStyleDeclaration.item()

The CSSStyleDeclaration.item() method interface returns a CSS property name from a CSSStyleDeclaration by index.

This method doesn't throw exceptions as long as you provide arguments; the empty string is returned if the index is out of range and a TypeError is thrown if no argument is provided.

Syntax

item(index)

Parameters

index

The index of the node to be fetched. The index is zero-based.

Return value

A string that is the name of the CSS property at the specified index.

JavaScript has a special simpler syntax for obtaining an item from a NodeList by index:

const propertyName = style[index];

Exceptions

TypeError

Thrown if no argument is provided.

Examples

const style = document.getElementById('div1').style;
const propertyName = style.item(1); // or style[1] - returns the second style listed

Specifications

Specification
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# dom-cssstyledeclaration-item

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