URLPattern: port property

Experimental: This is an experimental technology
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The port read-only property of the URLPattern interface is a string containing the pattern used to match the port part of a URL. This value may differ from the input to the constructor due to normalization.

Note: This feature is available in Web Workers

Value

A string.

Examples

The below example creates a URLPattern object with (80|443|8080) for the port part. This pattern matches the port 80, 443, and 8080.

js
const pattern = new URLPattern({ port: "(80|443|8080)" });
console.log(pattern.port); // '(80|443|8080)'

Specifications

Specification
URL Pattern Standard
# dom-urlpattern-port

Browser compatibility

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