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The dx attribute indicates a shift along the x-axis on the position of an element or its content. What exactly is shifted depends on the element for which this attribute is set.
If a -webkit-mask-image is specified, -webkit-mask-clip determines the mask image's clipping behavior.
The original target of the event before any retargetings. (Mozilla-specific)
The provider property of the FederatedCredential interface returns a USVString containing a credential's federated identity provider.
The HTMLLinkElement.relList read-only property reflects the rel attribute. It is a live DOMTokenList containing the set of link types indicating the relationship between the resource represented by the link element and the current document.
Returns the readonly time value for this timeline or null if this timeline is inactive.
The border-inline-start CSS property is a shorthand property for setting the individual logical inline start border property values in a single place in the style sheet. border-inline-start can be used to set the values for one or more of: border-inline-start-width, border-inline-start-style, border-inline-start-color. It maps to a physical border depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top, border-right, border-bottom, or border-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
Because opening windows on mobile isn't necessarily appropriate, the Firefox Mobile team designed the importDialog() method to replace window.openDialog(). Instead of opening a new window, it merges the specified XUL dialog into the main window.
Releases the window from trapping events of a specific type.
For more and more people mobile devices are the primary way, or even the only way, to access the Web. Firefox for iOS (codenamed Fennec like its Android counterpart) is an open, hackable, standards-based browser, just like the desktop Firefox.