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Javascript Browser

Javascript Browser

You can get different broswer properties from different javascript objects



Window Object

With the help window object you can get different properties of window.


  • window.innerHeight it is used to give the inner height of the browser window

  • window.innerWidth it is used to give the inner width of the browser window

  • window.open() it is used to open a new window

  • window.close() it is used to close the current window

  • window.moveTo() it is used to move the current window

  • window.resizeTo() it is used to resize the current window

Example of Window Object


var v = window.innerHeight; document.write(v);



Screen Object

With the help screen object you can get different properties of screen.


  • screen.width it is used to give the width of the screen.

  • screen.height it is used to give the height of the screen.

  • screen.availWidth it is used to give the available width of the screen.

  • screen.availHeight it is used to give the available width of the screen.

  • screen.colorDepth it is used to give the color depth of the screen.

  • screen.pixelDepth it is used to give the pixel depth of the screen.


Example of Screen Object


var v = screen.width; document.write(v);



Location Object

With the help location object you can get different properties of location and user.


  • window.location.href it returns the URL of the current page

  • window.location.hostname it returns the domain name of the web host

  • window.location.pathname it returns the path and filename of the current page

  • window.location.protocol it returns the web protocol used like http or https

  • window.location.assign it loads a new document


Example of Location Object


var v = window.location.href; document.write(v);



Browser History Object

With the help browser history object you can get forward and backward url from the history list.


  • history.back() it gives the previous url from the history list

  • history.forward() it gives the next url from the history list


Example of Location Object


var v = history.forward();
document.write(v);

or 

window.history.forward();//It redirect the user to the next page.
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