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mv--Boundary Attribute | mvBoundary Property

This topic documents a feature of Binary Behaviors, which are obsolete as of Internet Explorer 10.

Sets or retrieves the boundaries that the object can move within based on a composite value of the mv--boundary-left, mv--boundary-top, mv--boundary-right, and mv--boundary-bottom attributes for the movable behavior.

Syntax

CSS { mv--Boundary : sBoundary }
Scripting [ sBoundary = ] movable.style.mvBoundary

Possible Values

sBoundary String that specifies or receives the following space-delimited values,:
iBoundaryLeft
Integer that specifies the leftmost boundary in which the element can move. Specifying null means no boundary is used.
iBoundaryTop
Integer that specifies the topmost boundary in which the element can move. Specifying null means no boundary is used.
iBoundaryRight
Integer that specifies the rightmost boundary in which the element can move. Specifying null means no boundary is used.
iBoundaryBottom
Integer that specifies the bottommost boundary in which the element can move. Specifying null means no boundary is used.

The property is read/write. The property has a default value of null null null null. The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) attribute is inherited.

Remarks

The mv--Boundary attribute is available only to objects participating in the movable behavior.

Applies To

movable

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