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selectedStyleSheetSet property indicates the name of the style sheet set that's currently in
currentStyleSheetSet = document.selectedStyleSheetSet; document.selectedStyleSheet = newStyleSheetSet;
currentStyleSheetSet indicates the name of the style sheet set
currently in use. You can also set the current style sheet set using this property.
Setting the value of this property is equivalent to calling
document.enableStyleSheetsForSet() with the value of
currentStyleSheetSet, then setting the value of
lastStyleSheetSet to that value as well.
disabledattribute on style sheets will affect the value of this attribute.
console.log('Current style sheet set: ' + document.selectedStyleSheetSet); document.selectedStyleSheetSet = 'Some other style sheet';
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