CSSVariableReferenceValue

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The CSSVariableReferenceValue interface of the CSS Typed Object Model API allows you to create a custom name for a built-in CSS value. This object functionality is sometimes called a "CSS variable" and serves the same purpose as the var()() function. The custom name must begin with two dashes.

Constructor

CSSVariableReferenceValue.CSSVariableReferenceValue()
Creates a new CSSVariableReferenceValue object.

Properties

CSSVariableReferenceValue.variable
Returns the custom name passed to the constructor.
CSSVariableReferenceValue.fallback Read only
Returns the built-in CSS value for the custom name.

Methods

None.

Specifications

Specification Status Comment
CSS Typed OM Level 1
The definition of 'CSSVariableReferenceValue' in that specification.
Working Draft Initial definition.

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