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Legacy DOM Methods

This section describes Document Object Model (DOM) methods supported in earlier versions of Windows Internet Explorer that are not widely supported in other browsers. Application that rely on these features should be updated to use featured based on modern standards, such as HTML5, Cascading Style Sheets, Level 3 (CSS3), and others.

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TopicDescription

addBehavior

Attaches a behavior to the element.

AddChannel

Obsolete. Presents a dialog box that enables the user to add the specified channel, or to change the channel URL, if it is already installed.

AddDesktopComponent

Obsolete. Adds a Web site or image to the Microsoft Active Desktop.

AddFavorite

Deprecated. Prompts the user with a dialog box to add the specified URL to the Favorites list.

AddSearchProvider

Deprecated. Adds a search provider to the registry.

AddService

Deprecated. User initiated action to add a service.

AddToFavoritesBar

Deprecated. Adds a URL to the Favorites Bar.

bubbleEvent

Propagates an event up its containment hierarchy.

doReadRequest

Obsolete. Performs all requests located in the read-requests queue.

ImportExportFavorites

Deprecated. Handles the import and export of Internet Explorer favorites.

IsSearchProviderInstalled

Deprecated. Determines if a search provider has been installed for the current user and whether it is set as default.

IsServiceInstalled

Deprecated. Check if a service is already installed.

IsSubscribed

Obsolete. Retrieves a value indicating whether the client subscribes to the given channel.

namedRecordset

Retrieves the recordset object corresponding to the named data member from a data source object (DSO).

NavigateAndFind

Navigates to the specified URL and selects the specified text.

Navigates to the specified URL and selects the specified text.

nextPage

Displays the next page of records in the data set to which the table is bound.

print

Prints the document associated with the window.

prompt

Displays a dialog box that prompts the user with a message and an input field.

raiseEvent

Triggers an event, as specified.

refresh

Refreshes the content of the table. This might be necessary after a call to a method such as removeRule, when the page does not automatically reflow.

removeBehavior

Detaches a behavior from the element.

setContextMenu

Constructs a context menu, as specified.

start

Starts scrolling the marquee.

stop

Stops the marquee from scrolling.

urns

Retrieves a collection of all objects to which a specified behavior is attached.

 

 

 

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