CSS

The CSS interface holds useful CSS-related methods. No objects with this interface are implemented: it contains only static methods and is therefore a utilitarian interface.

Properties

The CSS interface is a utility interface and no object of this type can be created: only static properties are defined on it.

Static properties

CSS.paintWorklet  Secure context

Provides access to the Worklet responsible for all the classes related to painting.

Methods

The CSS interface is a utility interface and no object of this type can be created: only static methods are defined on it.

Static methods

No inherited static methods.

CSS.registerProperty()

Registers custom properties, allowing for property type checking, default values, and properties that do or do not inherit their value.

CSS.supports()

Returns a Boolean indicating if the pair property-value, or the condition, given in parameter is supported.

CSS.escape()

Can be used to escape a string mostly for use as part of a CSS selector.

CSS factory functions

Can be used to return a new CSSUnitValue with a value of the parameter number of the units of the name of the factory function method used.

CSS.em(3) // CSSUnitValue {value: 3, unit: "em"}

Specifications

Specification
CSS Conditional Rules Module Level 3 (CSS Conditional 3)
# the-css-interface

Browser compatibility

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See also