|The CSS2Properties interface represents a convenience mechanism for retrieving and setting properties within a
CSSStyleDeclaration. The attributes of this interface correspond to all the properties specified in CSS2. Getting an attribute of this interface is equivalent to calling the getPropertyValue method of the
CSSStyleDeclaration interface. Setting an attribute of this interface is equivalent to calling the setProperty method of the
|The CSSCharsetRule interface represents a @charset rule in a CSS style sheet. The value of the encoding attribute does not affect the encoding of text data in the DOM objects; this encoding is always UTF-16. After a stylesheet is loaded, the value of the encoding attribute is the value found in the @charset rule. If there was no @charset in the original document, then no CSSCharsetRule is created. The value of the encoding attribute may also be used as a hint for the encoding used on serialization of the style sheet.
|The CSSCounterStyleRule interface represents an @counter-style at-rule that allows authors to define a custom counter style.
|The CSSFontFaceRule interface represents a @font-face rule in a CSS style sheet. The @font-face rule is used to hold a set of font descriptions.
|The CSSImportRule interface represents a @import rule within a CSS style sheet. The @import rule is used to import style rules from other style sheets.
CSSKeyframeRule interface describes an object representing a set of styles for a given keyframe. It corresponds to the contents of a single keyframe of a @keyframes at-rule.
|The name property of the CSSKeyframeRule interface gets and sets the name of the animation as used by the animation-name property.
|The CSSMarginRule interface represents a margin at-rule (e.g. @top-left) in an @page at-rule.
|The CSSMediaRule interface represents a @media rule in a CSS style sheet. A @media rule can be used to delimit style rules for specific media types.
|The CSSPageRule interface represents a @page rule within a CSS style sheet. The @page rule is used to specify the dimensions, orientation, margins, etc. of a page box for paged media.
|The CSSRule interface is the abstract base interface for any type of CSS statement. This includes both rule sets and at-rules. An implementation is expected to preserve all rules specified in a CSS style sheet, even if the rule is not recognized by the parser. Unrecognized rules are represented using the interface.
|A CSSRuleList represents an ordered collection of read-only
|The CSSStyleDeclaration interface represents an object that is a CSS declaration block, and exposes style information and various style-related methods and properties.
|The CSSStyleRule interface represents a single CSS style rule. The selectorText attribute, on getting, must return the result of serializing the associated group of selectors
|The CSSStyleSheet interface represents a single CSS stylesheet, and lets you inspect and modify the list of rules contained in the stylesheet. It inherits properties and methods from its parent,
|The CSSUnknownRule interface represents an at-rule not supported by this user agent.
|The CSSValueList interface derives from the
CSSValue interface and provides the abstraction of an ordered collection of CSS values.
|This interface represents a document with a CSS view.
|The DocumentStyle interface provides a mechanism by which the style sheets embedded in a document can be retrieved. The expectation is that an instance of the DocumentStyle interface can be obtained by using binding-specific casting methods on an instance of the Document interface.
|Inline style information attached to elements is exposed through the style attribute. This represents the contents of the STYLE attribute for HTML elements (or elements in other schemas or DTDs which use the STYLE attribute in the same way). The expectation is that an instance of the ElementCSSInlineStyle interface can be obtained by using binding-specific casting methods on an instance of the Element interface when the element supports inline CSS style informations.
|The LinkStyle interface provides a mechanism by which a style sheet can be retrieved from the node responsible for linking it into a document. An instance of the LinkStyle interface can be obtained using binding-specific casting methods on an instance of a linking node (HTMLLinkElement,
|The MediaList interface provides the abstraction of an ordered collection of media, without defining or constraining how this collection is implemented. An empty list is the same as a list that contains the medium “all”.
|The StyleSheet interface is the abstract base interface for any type of style sheet. It represents a single style sheet associated with a structured document. In HTML, the StyleSheet interface represents either an external style sheet, included via the HTML LINK element, or an inline STYLE element. In XML, this interface represents an external style sheet, included via a style sheet processing instruction. CSS style sheets will further implement the more specialized
|The StyleSheetList interface represents a list of
CSSStyleSheet objects. An instance of this object can be returned by
|The IViewCSS interface represents an extension to the Window object that give an access to the values of all CSS properties of an element.