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blink() method creates a
HTML element that causes a string to blink.
Warning: Blinking text is frowned upon by several accessibility
<blink> element itself is non-standard and
A string containing a
<blink> HTML element.
blink() method embeds a string in a
The following example uses string methods to change the formatting of a string:
var worldString = 'Hello, world'; console.log(worldString.blink()); // <blink>Hello, world</blink> console.log(worldString.bold()); // <b>Hello, world</b> console.log(worldString.italics()); // <i>Hello, world</i> console.log(worldString.strike()); // <strike>Hello, world</strike>
The definition of 'String.prototype.blink' in that specification.
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