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PerformanceNavigation interface represents information about how the navigation to the current document was done.
An object of this type can be obtained by calling the
Performance.navigation read-only attribute.
PerformanceNavigation interface doesn't inherit any properties.
unsigned shortwhich indicates how the navigation to this page was done. Possible values are:
- The page was accessed by following a link, a bookmark, a form submission, or a script, or by typing the URL in the address bar.
- The page was accessed by clicking the Reload button or via the
- The page was accessed by navigating into the history.
- Any other way.
unsigned shortrepresenting the number of REDIRECTs done before reaching the page.
Performance interface doesn't inherit any methods.
- Is a jsonizer returning a json object representing the
The definition of 'PerformanceNavigation' in that specification.
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