SecurityPolicyViolationEvent()

The SecurityPolicyViolationEvent() constructor creates a new SecurityPolicyViolationEvent object.

Syntax

new SecurityPolicyViolationEvent(type)
new SecurityPolicyViolationEvent(type, options)

Parameters

type

A string with the name of the event. It is case-sensitive and browsers always set it to securitypolicyviolation.

options Optional

An object that, in addition of the properties defined in Event(), can have the following properties:

blockedURI Optional

The blockedURI of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent. If not included, the default value is "".

columnNumber Optional

The columnNumber of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent. If not included, the default value is 0.

disposition

Thedisposition of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent.

documentURI

The documentURI of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent.

effectiveDirective

The effectiveDirective of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent.

lineNumber Optional

The lineNumber of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent. If not included, the default value is 0.

originalPolicy

The originalPolicy of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent.

referrer Optional

The referrer of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent. If not included, the default value is "".

sample Optional

The sample of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent. If not included, the default value is "".

sourceFile Optional

The sourceFile of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent. If not included, the default value is "".

statusCode

The statusCode of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent.

violatedDirective

The violatedDirective of the SecurityPolicyViolationEvent.

Return value

A new SecurityPolicyViolationEvent object.

Examples

let SPVEvt = new SecurityPolicyViolationEvent('foo', {...});

Specifications

Specification
Content Security Policy Level 3
# dom-securitypolicyviolationevent-securitypolicyviolationevent

Browser compatibility

BCD tables only load in the browser

See also