CSSUnitValue.value

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The CSSUnitValue.value property of the CSSUnitValue interface returns a double indicating the number of units.

Syntax

var cssUnitValue = CSSUnitValue.value;
CSSUnitValue.value = cssUnitValue;

Value

A double.

Examples

The following creates a CSSPositionValue from individual CSSUnitValue constructors, then queries the CSSUnitValue.value.

let pos = new CSSPositionValue(
    new CSSUnitValue( 5, "px" ),
    new CSSUnitValue( 10, "px" ));

console.log( pos.x.value ); // 5
console.log( pos.y.value ); // 10

Specifications

Specification Status Comment
Unknown
The definition of 'CSSUnitValue.value' in that specification.
Working Draft Initial definition.

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See also