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Operable - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Understanding WCAG › Operable
this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the operable principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
... note: to read the w3c definitions for operable and its guidelines and success criteria, see principle 2: operable — user interface components and navigation must be operable.
... success criteria how to conform to the criteria practical resource 2.1.1 keyboard (a) all functionality should be accessible using keyboard controls, unless it cannot be done using the keyboard (e.g.
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A guide to searching crash reports
Mozilla › Projects › Crash reporting › Searching crash reports
specifically, crash-stats offers two basic functions: searching you can search the crash reports database by over 100 criteria: crash signature, date, platform, product, version, etc.
... grouping you can cluster the results of each search into groups using the same criteria.
... fields are provided for four common search criteria: product, version, platform, and process type.
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Perceivable - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Understanding WCAG › Perceivable
this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the perceivable principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
... note: to read the w3c definitions for perceivable and its guidelines and success criteria, see principle 1: perceivable - information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive.
... success criteria how to conform to the criteria practical resource 1.1.1 provide text equivalents (a) all images that convey meaningful content should be given suitable alternative text.
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Understandable - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Understanding WCAG › Understandable
this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the understandable principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
... note: to read the w3c definitions for understandable and its guidelines and success criteria, see principle 3: understandable — information and the operation of user interface must be understandable.
... success criteria how to conform to the criteria practical resource 3.1.1 language of page (a) the default human language of each web page should be detectable via code.
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Simple Query Syntax - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Template Guide › Simple Query Syntax
any results that match the criteria are accepted and any that do not match are rejected.
... you can use multiple attributes to filter by several criteria.
... in this case, all of the criteria must match for the result to be accepted.
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Server-side web frameworks - Learn web development
Learn › Server-side › First steps › Web frameworks
we then explain some of the criteria you can use for choosing a web framework, and then list some of your options.
...this can match against a number of fields at a time using different criteria (e.g.
...in this case we specify that we want to filter for all records where the team_level field has exactly the text 'u09' (note below how this criteria is passed to the filter() function as an argument with field name and match type separated by double underscores: team_level__exact).
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Index
Mozilla › Add-ons › Index
221 downloads.search() api, add-ons, extensions, method, non-standard, reference, search, webextensions, downloads the search() function of the downloads api queries the downloaditems available in the browser's downloads manager, and returns those that match the specified search criteria.
... 228 events.urlfilter api, add-ons, extensions, non-standard, reference, type, urlfilter, webextensions, events describes various criteria for filtering urls.
... if all of the criteria specified in the filter's properties match the url, then the filter matches.
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Index
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › Index
211 downloads.search() api, add-ons, extensions, method, non-standard, reference, search, webextensions, downloads the search() function of the downloads api queries the downloaditems available in the browser's downloads manager, and returns those that match the specified search criteria.
... 218 events.urlfilter api, add-ons, extensions, non-standard, reference, type, urlfilter, webextensions, events describes various criteria for filtering urls.
... if all of the criteria specified in the filter's properties match the url, then the filter matches.
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nsILoginManagerStorage
Mozilla › Tech › XPCOM › Reference › Interface › nsILoginManagerStorage
countlogins() implement this method to return the number of logins matching the specified criteria.
... this method is called, for example, to check to see if there is a login that will match the criteria without having to ask the user for their master password in order to decrypt the logins.
... return value the number of logins that match the specified criteria.
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Using microformats - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › Firefox › Using microformats
count() counts the number of microformats in a document that match specified criteria.
... return value an integer value indicating the number of microformats that match the specified criteria.
... get() returns an array of microformat objects corresponding to the microformats found that match specified criteria.
... return value a new array of microformat objects matching the search criteria, or the array specified by microformats with the newly found microformat objects added.
events.UrlFilter
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › events › UrlFilter
describes various criteria for filtering urls.
... if all of the criteria specified in the filter's properties match the url, then the filter matches.
...effectively, the criteria specified within a single filter are and'ed together, while all of the individual filters within an array are or'ed.
... all criteria are case sensitive.
Localization sign-off reviews
Mozilla › Localization › Sign-off reviews
this article presents an overview of why we do sign-off reviews of localizations, the details on the criteria used for the sign-off reviews, and the process for requesting a review and for following its progress.
... sign-off review criteria since the scope of each qa review process varies, the criteria used to evaluate a localizer's work also varies.
...hence, unless a localizer makes a change within the new revision that nullifies the approved work in the previous revision, the sign-off criteria will be significantly less comprehensive than a technical review.
... here is some of the criteria we use to perform sign-off reviews: increased amount of untranslated strings we look for previously translated strings changing to untranslated strings in the new revision.
Localization technical reviews
Mozilla › Localization › Technical reviews
this guide provides details on what a localization technical review is, what criteria are used for the technical reviews, and the process for requesting one and following its progress.
... technical review evaluation criteria in principal, a technical review's criteria looks for localization issues common to localizing software but within the mozilla context.
...that being the case, there are some criteria in a technical review that will only ever be considered once, as all reviews after this only evaluate the changes you're adding on top of this revision from release to release.
... here is some of the criteria we use to perform technical reviews: revision attachment contains only relevant files we run into exports that contain .xpi langpacks and other random files.
Index - Web APIs
Web › API › Index
if there is no chooser ui, this method returns the first device matching the criteria.
... 2154 browser storage limits and eviction criteria database, indexeddb, lru, storage, client-side, eviction, limit there are a number of web technologies that store data of one kind or another on the client-side (i.e., on your local disk).
...the extensions provide interfaces to retrieve performance entry metrics based on specific filter criteria.
... 3174 publickeycredentialcreationoptions.authenticatorselection api, property, publickeycredentialcreationoptions, reference, web authentication api, webauthn authenticatorselection, an optional property of the publickeycredentialcreationoptions dictionary, is an object giving criteria to filter out the authenticators to be used for the creation operation.
Accessibility documentation index - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Index
97 operable accessibility, focus, navigation, principle 2, timing, wcag, web content accessibility guidelines, headings, keyboard, keyboard trap, labels, operable, seizures this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the operable principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
... 98 perceivable accessibility, principle 1, wcag, web content accessibility guidelines, contrast, different presentation, text alternatives, time-based media this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the perceivable principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
...the only visual means of conveying information, indicating an action, prompting a response, or distinguishing a visual element." 101 robust accessibility, html, parsing, principle 4, robust, role(2), validation, wai-aria, wcag, web content accessibility guidelines, value this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the robust principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
... 103 understandable accessibility, help, language, navigation, principle 3, text, understandable, wcag, web content accessibility guidelines, abbreviations, consistency, error messages, form validation, labels, slang this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the understandable principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
Adding more elements - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Adding More Elements
the first spacer adds extra spacing in between the title label and the search criteria elements.
... it might look nicer if there was a border around the search criteria.
...let us change the box into a groupbox: <groupbox orient="horizontal"> <caption label="search criteria"/> <menulist id="searchtype"> .
Tabboxes - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Tabboxes
the label across the top and the search criteria box will need to go on the first tab.
... <vbox flex="1"> <tabbox selectedindex="1"> <tabs> <tab label="search"/> <tab label="options"/> </tabs> <tabpanels> <tabpanel id="searchpanel" orient="vertical"> <description> enter your search criteria below and select the find button to begin the search.
... </description> <spacer style="height: 10px"/> <groupbox orient="horizontal"> <caption label="search criteria"/> <menulist id="searchtype"> <menupopup> <menuitem label="name"/> <menuitem label="size"/> <menuitem label="date modified"/> </menupopup> </menulist> <spacer style="width: 10px;"/> <menulist id="searchmode"> <menupopup> <menuitem label="is"/> <menuitem label="is not"/> </menupopup> </menulist> <spacer style="height: 10px"/> <textbox id="find-text" flex="1" style="min-width: 15em;"/> </groupbox> </tabpanel> <tabpanel id="optionspanel" orient="vertical"> <checkbox id="casecheck" label="case sensitive search"/> <checkbox id="wor...
What is accessibility? - Learn web development
Learn › Accessibility › What is accessibility
for a start, the w3c has published a large and very detailed document that includes very precise, technology-agnostic criteria for accessibility conformance.
...the criteria are split up into four main categories, which specify how implementations can be made perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.
...there is no need to learn all of the wcag — be aware of the major areas of concern, and use a variety of techniques and tools to highlight any areas that don't conform to the wcag criteria (see below for more).
Strategies for carrying out testing - Learn web development
Learn › Tools and testing › Cross browser testing › Testing strategies
consider the following example (see the source code, and also the example running live): test criteria for this feature could be written like so: a and b grade: button should be activatable by the user's primary control mechanism, whatever it is — this should include mouse, keyboard, and touch.
... these test criteria are useful, because: they give you a set of steps to follow when you are performing tests.
...we mentioned this in the what are you going to test section above — it is easy to turn the test criteria detailed there into steps to follow.
MailNews Filters
Mozilla › Thunderbird › MailNews filters
for each new header, we evaluate the filter criteria and apply the actions synchronously, including moving a message to an other local folder, and advance to the next header.
...this is implemented by doing a search using the filter criteria and applying the actions en masse on the resulting hits.
... the search is executed locally, not on the server, so that criteria like "in address book" still work.
Debugger - Firefox Developer Tools
Tools › Debugger-API › Debugger
each source appears only once in the array.query is an object whose properties restrict which sources are returned; a source must meet all the criteria given byquery to be returned.
...each instance appears only once in the array.query is an object whose properties restrict which scripts are returned; a script must meet all the criteria given byquery to be returned.
...query is an object whose properties restrict which objects are returned; an object must meet all the criteria given by query to be returned.
Alerts - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › ARIA › forms › alerts
each field has a set of criteria which must be met in order to pass validation.
... if the above criteria is not met, the field’s aria-invalid attribute will be given a value of “true”.
... if the criteria was not met, the user will be notified via an alert.
Robust - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Understanding WCAG › Robust
this article provides practical advice on how to write your web content so that it conforms to the success criteria outlined in the robust principle of the web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 and 2.1.
... note: to read the w3c definitions for robust and its guidelines and success criteria, see principle 4: robust — content must be robust enough that it can be interpreted reliably by a wide variety of user agents, including assistive technologies.
... success criteria how to conform to the criteria practical resource 4.1.1 parsing (a) content should be well-formed so it can be parsed successfully by browsers and other user agents such as screenreaders.
At-rules - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
Web › CSS › At-rule
nested at-rules — a subset of nested statements, which can be used as a statement of a style sheet as well as inside of conditional group rules: @media — a conditional group rule that will apply its content if the device meets the criteria of the condition defined using a media query.
... @supports — a conditional group rule that will apply its content if the browser meets the criteria of the given condition.
... @document — a conditional group rule that will apply its content if the document in which the style sheet is applied meets the criteria of the given condition.
Content negotiation - HTTP
Web › HTTP › Content negotiation
the header is needed in order to inform the cache of the decision criteria so that it can reproduce it, allowing the cache to be functional while preventing serving erroneous content to the user.
...a cache, in order to work with server-driven content negotiation, needs to know which criteria was used by the server to select the transmitted content.
...besides falling back to the server-driven negotiation, this method is almost always used in conjunction with scripting, especially with javascript redirection: after having checked for the negotiation criteria, the script performs the redirection.
Appendix: What you should know about open-source software licenses - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Add-ons › Overlay Extensions › Firefox addons developer guide › Appendix: What you should know about open-source software licenses
the ordinary general public license therefore permits such linking only if the entire combination fits its criteria of freedom.
... the lesser general public license permits more lax criteria for linking other code with the library.
Localization - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Localization
="&savecmdtoolbar.label;"/> </toolbar> </toolbox> <tabbox> <tabs> <tab label="&searchtab;" selected="true"/> <tab label="&optionstab;"/> </tabs> <tabpanels> <tabpanel id="searchpanel" orient="vertical" context="editpopup"> <description> &finddescription; </description> <spacer class="titlespace"/> <groupbox orient="horizontal"> <caption label="&findcriteria;"/> <menulist id="searchtype"> <menupopup> <menuitem label="&type.name;"/> <menuitem label="&type.size;"/> <menuitem label="&type.date;"/> </menupopup> </menulist> <spacer class="springspace"/> <menulist id="searchmode"> <menupopup> <menuitem label="&mode.is;"/> <menuitem label="&mode.isnot;"/> </menupopup...
... pastecmd.label "paste"> <!entity cutcmd.accesskey "t"> <!entity copycmd.accesskey "c"> <!entity pastecmd.accesskey "p"> <!entity cutcmd.commandkey "x"> <!entity copycmd.commandkey "c"> <!entity pastecmd.commandkey "v"> <!entity opencmdtoolbar.label "open"> <!entity savecmdtoolbar.label "save"> <!entity searchtab "search"> <!entity optionstab "options"> <!entity finddescription "enter your search criteria below and select the find button to begin the search."> <!entity findcriteria "search criteria"> <!entity type.name "name"> <!entity type.size "size"> <!entity type.date "date modified"> <!entity mode.is "is"> <!entity mode.isnot "is not"> <!entity casesensitive "case sensitive search"> <!entity matchfilename "match entire filename"> <!entity results.filename "filename"> <!entity results.location...
Format - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Newsgroup summaries › Format
summary: mozilla.dev.planning - july 17-23, 2006 announcements firefox 2/gecko 1.8.1 bug approvals starting on friday july 21 at 10:00a pdt the release triage team will no longer be accepting bugs unless they meet one of the posted criteria.
... criteria are included in the linked post.
2006-07-17 - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Newsgroup summaries › mozilla-dev-planning › 2006-07-17
announcements sfirefox 2/gecko 1.8.1 bug approvals starting on friday july 21 at 10:00a pdt the release triage team will no longer be accepting bugs unless they meet one of the posted criteria.
... criteria are included in the linked post.
How do you make sure your website works properly? - Learn web development
Learn › Common questions › Checking that your web site is working properly
you can also test if your page meets these criteria: how's the performance?
...our page is just small and meets most criteria.
Mozilla's Section 508 Compliance
Mozilla › Accessibility › Mozilla s Section 508 Compliance
see functional performance criteria below.
... functional performance criteria requirement windows linux/unix mac os requirement windows linux/unix mac os a) at least one mode of operation and information retrieval that does not require user vision shall be provided, or support for assistive technology used by people who are blind or visually impaired shall be provided.
downloads.search()
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › downloads › search
the search() function of the downloads api queries the downloaditems available in the browser's downloads manager, and returns those that match the specified search criteria.
...the promise is fulfilled with an array of downloads.downloaditem objects that match the given criteria.
events
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › events
events.urlfilter filters urls for various criteria.
... if any of the given criteria match, then the whole filter matches.
history.search()
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › history › search
searches the browser's history for history.historyitem objects matching the given criteria.
... for example, consider this item: url: "http://example.org" title: "example domain" "http" -> matches "domain" -> matches "main ample" -> matches "main tt" -> matches "main https" -> does not match specify an empty string ("") to retrieve all history.historyitem objects that meet all the other criteria.
Working with the Tabs API
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › Working with the Tabs API
other times you might want to find a subset of tabs that match some specific criteria, such as those opened from a specific tab or displaying pages from a particular domain.
...used alone to get all tabs or taking the queryinfo object—to specify query criteria such as whether the tab is active, in the current window, or one or more of 17 criteria—tabs.query() returns an array of tabs.tab objects containing information about the tabs.
Index
Mozilla › Localization › Index
17 localization sign-off reviews guide, localization, mozilla this article presents an overview of why we do sign-off reviews of localizations, the details on the criteria used for the sign-off reviews, and the process for requesting a review and for following its progress.
... 18 localization technical reviews guide, localization, mozilla this guide provides details on what a localization technical review is, what criteria are used for the technical reviews, and the process for requesting one and following its progress.
NSS API Guidelines
Mozilla › Projects › NSS › NSS API Guidelines
the first is a search for exactly one object, meeting a given criteria.
... the second kind of search, looks for all the objects that match a given criteria.
nsILoginManager
Mozilla › Tech › XPCOM › Reference › Interface › nsILoginManager
nsiautocompleteresult autocompletesearch( in astring asearchstring, in nsiautocompleteresult apreviousresult, in nsidomhtmlinputelement aelement ); parameters asearchstring missing description apreviousresult missing description aelement missing description return value missing description countlogins() returns the number of logins matching the specified criteria.
... findlogins() searches for logins matching the specified criteria.
CredentialsContainer.get() - Web APIs
Web › API › CredentialsContainer › get
this method first collects all credentials in the credentialscontainer that meet the necessary criteria (defined in the options argument).
...the options include criteria that the credentials are required or allowed to have, and options for interacting with the user.
IndexedDB API - Web APIs
Web › API › IndexedDB API
storage limits and eviction criteria there are a number of web technologies that store data of one kind or another on the client side (i.e.
...browser storage limits and eviction criteria attempts to explain how this works, at least in the case of firefox.
Performance Timeline - Web APIs
Web › API › Performance Timeline
the extensions provide interfaces to retrieve performance entry metrics based on specific filter criteria.
... performance extensions the performance timeline api extends the performance interface with three methods that provide different mechanisms to get a set of performance records (metrics), depending on the specified filter criteria.
reconnect - Web APIs
Web › API › PresentationRequest › reconnect
search the set of controlled presentations for a presentationconnection that meets the following criteria: its controlling browsing context is the current browsing context, its presentation connection state is not terminated, its presentation url is equal to one of the presentation request urls of presentationrequest and its presentation identifier is equal to presentationid.
... search the set of controlled presentations for the first presentationconnection that meets the following criteria: its presentation connection state is not terminated, its presentation url is equal to one of the presentation request urls of presentationrequest, and its presentation identifier is equal to presentationid.
RTCPeerConnection.addTrack() - Web APIs
Web › API › RTCPeerConnection › addTrack
compatible reusable rtcrtpsender instances meet these criteria: there is no track already associated with the sender.
... if all of those criteria are met, the sender gets reused, which results in these changes occurring to the existing rtcrtpsender and its rtcrtptransceiver: the rtcrtpsender's track is set to the specified track.
Understanding the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Understanding WCAG
each of the links below will take you to pages that further expand on these areas, giving you practical advice on how to write your web content so it conforms to the success criteria outlined in each of the wcag 2.0 and 2.1 guidelines that further sub-divides each principle.
... wcag 2.1 includes: all of wcag 2.0 (verbatim, word-for-word) 17 new success criteria at the a / aa / aaa levels primarily addressing user needs in these areas: mobile accessibility low vision cognitive read more about wcag 2.1: deque: wcag 2.1: what is next for accessibility guidelines tpg: web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.1 legal standing this guide is intended to provide practical information to help you build better, more acce...
HTML documentation index - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
Web › HTML › Index
36 html attribute reference attribute, attributes, beginner, configuring, element attributes, elements, html, reference, settings, web elements in html have attributes; these are additional values that configure the elements or adjust their behavior in various ways to meet the criteria the users want.
...this value must be less than or equal to the value of maxlength, otherwise the value will never be valid, as it is impossible to meet both criteria.
Array.prototype.filter() - JavaScript
Web › JavaScript › Reference › Global Objects › Array › filter
) { return true } invalidentries++ return false; } let arrbyid = arr.filter(filterbyid) console.log('filtered array\n', arrbyid) // filtered array // [{ id: 15 }, { id: -1 }, { id: 3 }, { id: 12.2 }] console.log('number of invalid entries = ', invalidentries) // number of invalid entries = 5 searching in array following example uses filter() to filter array content based on search criteria.
... let fruits = ['apple', 'banana', 'grapes', 'mango', 'orange'] /** * filter array items based on search criteria (query) */ function filteritems(arr, query) { return arr.filter(function(el) { return el.tolowercase().indexof(query.tolowercase()) !== -1 }) } console.log(filteritems(fruits, 'ap')) // ['apple', 'grapes'] console.log(filteritems(fruits, 'an')) // ['banana', 'mango', 'orange'] es2015 implementation const fruits = ['apple', 'banana', 'grapes', 'mango', 'orange'] /** * filter array items based on search criteria (query) */ const filteritems = (arr, query) => { return arr.filter(el => el.tolowercase().indexof(query.tolowercase()) !== -1) } console.log(filteritems(fruits, 'ap')) // ['apple', 'grapes'] console.log(filteritems(fruits, 'an')) // ['banana', 'mango', '...
switch - JavaScript
Web › JavaScript › Reference › Statements › switch
see example here: var foo = 0; switch (foo) { case -1: console.log('negative 1'); break; case 0: // foo is 0 so criteria met here so this block will run console.log(0); // note: the forgotten break would have been here case 1: // no break statement in 'case 0:' so this case will run as well console.log(1); break; // it encounters this break so will not continue into 'case 2:' case 2: console.log(2); break; default: console.log('default'); } can i put a default between cases?
... methods for multi-criteria case source for this technique is here: switch statement multiple cases in javascript (stack overflow) multi-case : single operation this method takes advantage of the fact that if there is no break below a case clause it will continue to execute the next case clause regardless if the case meets the criteria.
preserveAspectRatio - SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics
Web › SVG › Attribute › preserveAspectRatio
meet or slice reference the meet or slice reference is optional and, if provided, must be one of the following keywords: meet (the default) - scale the graphic such that: aspect ratio is preserved the entire viewbox is visible within the viewport the viewbox is scaled up as much as possible, while still meeting the other criteria in this case, if the aspect ratio of the graphic does not match the viewport, some of the viewport will extend beyond the bounds of the viewbox (i.e., the area into which the viewbox will draw will be smaller than the viewport).
... slice - scale the graphic such that: aspect ratio is preserved the entire viewport is covered by the viewbox the viewbox is scaled down as much as possible, while still meeting the other criteria in this case, if the aspect ratio of the viewbox does not match the viewport, some of the viewbox will extend beyond the bounds of the viewport (i.e., the area into which the viewbox will draw is larger than the viewport).
places/bookmarks - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Add-ons › Add-on SDK › Low-Level APIs › places bookmarks
usage this module exports: three constructors: bookmark, group, and separator, corresponding to the types of objects, referred to as bookmark items, in the bookmarks database in firefox two additional functions, save() to create, update, and remove bookmark items, and search() to retrieve the bookmark items that match a particular set of criteria.
Windows - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Add-ons › Code snippets › Windows
you could improve this code by checking the event.target element and only setting the startpos if the element matches some criteria.
Enhanced Extension Installation - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Add-ons › Enhanced Extension Installation
the startup process discovered the .autoreg file, before pending operations are finalized the extension system reads the extensions-startup.manifest and scans all of the install locations looking for items that match the following criteria: item in install location is not listed in startup manifest (new item being installed by just appearing in the install location).
Tabbed browser - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Add-ons › Tabbed browser
window.open(url); } } } reusing by other criteria sometimes you want to reuse a previously-opened tab regardless of which url/uri it displays.
Menu - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › Jetpack › UI › Menu
function (menuitem) jetpack.notifications.show(menuitem.label) }); add an item to the hyperlink context menu that tweets the link: jetpack.menu.context.page.on("a").add(function (context) { return { label: "tweet", command: function () jetpack.lib.twitter.statuses.update({ status: context.node.href }) }; )); add an item to the page's context menu depending on some complex criteria that can't be completely expressed via a css selector: jetpack.menu.context.page.beforeshow = function (menu, context) { menu.reset(); if (matchesmycriteria(context)) menu.add("match!"); }; add an item to both the hyperlink context menu and the image context menu: jetpack.menu.context.page.on("a, img").set("a link or image"); add an item to the image context menu, but only for images co...
Event Handlers - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XBL › XBL 1.0 Reference › Event Handlers
the handler contains script that is executed when an event flows to the object the handler is attached to and if that event matches all of the criteria specified by the handler.
Introduction to XUL - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Introduction to XUL
interface xulelement : element { nodelist getelementsbyattribute(in domstring name, in domstring value); }; getelementsbyattribute functions as does its namesake in xuldocument, though this version returns only those elements which match the criteria and are descendants (in css selector terminology) of the given element.
Introduction - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Template Guide › Introduction
the template syntax allows for different rules to generate different content based on particular criteria as well as set attribute values from returned results.
SQLite Templates - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Template Guide › SQLite Templates
query parameters sometimes, you will want to adjust the query depending on certain criteria.
Adding Style Sheets - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Adding Style Sheets
<spacer class="titlespace"/> <groupbox orient="horizontal"> <caption label="search criteria"/> <menulist id="searchtype"> <menupopup> <menuitem label="name"/> <menuitem label="size"/> <menuitem label="date modified"/> </menupopup> </menulist> <spacer class="springspace"/> <menulist id="searchmode"> <menupopup> <menuitem label="is"/> <menuitem label="is not"/> </menupopup> </m...
Advanced Rules - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Advanced Rules
the conditions element is used to specify the criteria for matching a given resource.
Property Files - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Property Files
an example is shown below: notfoundalert=no files were found matching the criteria.
Splitters - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Splitters
we'll add an area in-between the search criteria and the buttons along the bottom.
Templates - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › Templates
all of the attributes placed on the rule tag are used as match criteria.
The Box Model - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › XUL › Tutorial › The Box Model
<vbox flex="1"> <description> enter your search criteria below and select the find button to begin the search.
nsIContentPolicy - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Mozilla › nsIContentPolicy
reject_other -4 returned from shouldload() or shouldprocess() if the load/process is rejected based on some other criteria.
NPP_Destroy - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Plugins › Reference › NPP Destroy
the browser can and will discard this data based on arbitrary criteria such as its size and the user's page history.
Digital Signatures - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Security › Digital Signatures
link: red hat certificate system common criteria certification 8.1: deployment, planning, and installation ...
Encryption and Decryption - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Security › Encryption and Decryption
link: red hat certificate system common criteria certification 8.1: deployment, planning, and installation ...
Introduction to Public-Key Cryptography - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Security › Introduction to Public-Key Cryptography
link: red hat certificate system common criteria certification 8.1: deployment, planning, and installation ...
SSL and TLS - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Security › SSL and TLS
link: red hat certificate system common criteria certification 8.1: deployment, planning, and installation ...
Threats - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Security › Threats
link: red hat certificate system common criteria certification 8.1: deployment, planning, and installation original document information author(s): joint task force transformation initiative title: national institute of standards and technology (nist) special publication 800-30 revision 1, guide for conducting risk assessments last updated date: september 2012 copyright information: this document is not subject to copyright.
Processing XML with E4X - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Web › E4X › Processing XML with E4X
avascript</lang> <lang>python</lang> </languages>; var lang = languages.lang; alert(lang.length()); // alerts 2 languages.lang += <lang>ruby</lang>; alert(lang.length()); // still alerts 2 lang = languages.lang; // re-create the xmllist alert(lang.length()); // alerts 3 searching and filtering e4x provides special operators for selecting nodes within a document that match specific criteria.
XForms Input Element - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Web › XForms › User Interface Elements › Input
calendar a form author may notice a xforms input element represented by a calendar widget in the mozilla xforms processor if the control meets the following criteria (xhtml/xul).
XForms Output Element - Archive of obsolete content
Archive › Web › XForms › User Interface Elements › Output
analogous widgets are <xhtml:span/> and <xul:description/> calendar a form author may notice a xforms output element represented by a calendar widget in the mozilla xforms processor if the control meets the following criteria (xhtml/xul).
ISO - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
Glossary › ISO
iso (international organization for standardization) is a global association that develops uniform criteria coordinating the companies in each major industry.
Index - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
Glossary › Index
223 iso glossary, iso, infrastructure, web standards, web specifications iso (international organization for standardization) is a global association that develops uniform criteria coordinating the companies in each major industry.
WCAG - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
Glossary › WCAG
it consists of 12 guidelines organized under 4 principles (perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust) and each guideline has testable success criteria.
CSS and JavaScript accessibility best practices - Learn web development
Learn › Accessibility › CSS and JavaScript
for example webaim's color contrast checker is simple to use, and provides an explanation of what you need to conform to the wcag criteria around color contrast.
What text editors are available? - Learn web development
Learn › Common questions › Available text editors
dig deeper choice criteria so, in more detail, what should you be thinking about when you choose a text editor?
What is a Domain Name? - Learn web development
Learn › Common questions › What is a domain name
the most generic tlds (.com, .org, .net) don't require web services to meet any particular criteria, but some tlds enforce stricter policies so it is clearer what their purpose is.
Index - Learn web development
Learn › Index
it has also provided a high level overview of a few popular frameworks, and discussed criteria for choosing a web application framework.
Client-side storage - Learn web development
Learn › JavaScript › Client-side web APIs › Client-side storage
see browser storage limits and eviction criteria for more information.
Accessibility in React - Learn web development
Learn › Tools and testing › Client-side JavaScript frameworks › React accessibility
more robust focus management in order to meet our refined criteria, we need to know not just the value of isediting, but also when that value has changed.
React interactivity: Editing, filtering, conditional rendering - Learn web development
Learn › Tools and testing › Client-side JavaScript frameworks › React interactivity filtering conditional rendering
choosing a filter in your browser will now remove the tasks that do not meet its criteria.
Understanding client-side JavaScript frameworks - Learn web development
Learn › Tools and testing › Client-side JavaScript frameworks
we just think they score highly on the above criteria.
Handling common accessibility problems - Learn web development
Learn › Tools and testing › Cross browser testing › Accessibility
tenon: another nice online tool that goes through the code at a provided url and returns results on accessibility errors including metrics, specific errors along with the wcag criteria they affect, and suggested fixes.
Client-side tooling overview - Learn web development
Learn › Tools and testing › Understanding client-side tools › Overview
based on these criteria, the date-fns library looks like a good date formatting tool to use.
Accessibility API cross-reference
Mozilla › Accessibility › Accessibility API cross-reference
search a type of textbox intended for specifying search criteria.
Gecko info for Windows accessibility vendors
Mozilla › Accessibility › Gecko info for Windows accessibility vendors
here is an algorithm for iterating through the nodes, looking for an item of a particular type: store a pointer to the start_item if the current item has a flows_to relation, follow that relation otherwise, go to the next item in depth first search order if the current item matches your criteria, then return current_item if the current_item == start_item, return null (no item found) if the end has been reached, go back to the start if wrapping is desired, otherwise return null (no item found) go to step 2 checkable, required and invalid states are supported gecko defines three state constants using previously unused states: const unsigned long state...
AMO Add-on Maintenance Policies
Mozilla › Add-ons › AMO › Policy › Maintenance
once a file meeting this criteria is uploaded to amo, it will automatically be marked as a beta version.
AMO Submission Policies
Mozilla › Add-ons › AMO › Policy › Submission
criteria for submission add-ons hosted on mozilla add-ons should be of high quality and give users an improved web experience.
bookmarks
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › bookmarks
bookmarks.search() searches for bookmarktreenodes matching a specified set of criteria.
downloads
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › downloads
downloads.search() queries the downloaditems available in the browser's downloads manager, and returns those that match the specified search criteria.
history
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › history
functions history.search() searches the browser history for history.historyitem objects matching the given criteria.
tabs
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › tabs
you can use this api to get a list of opened tabs, filtered by various criteria, and to open, update, move, reload, and remove tabs.
windows.getAll()
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › API › windows › getAll
return value a promise that will be fulfilled with an array of windows.window objects, representing all windows that match the given criteria.
Work with the Cookies API
Mozilla › Add-ons › WebExtensions › Work with the Cookies API
this function takes the details object to specify filters for the selected cookies and returns an array of cookies.cookie objects that match the filter criteria.
Interfacing with the Add-on Repository
Mozilla › JavaScript code modules › Interfacing with the Add-on Repository
starting a request to start a search of the repository, you can use either of the following methods: searchaddons() queries the add-on repository for add-ons matching given search criteria.
Logging
Mozilla › Projects › NSPR › Reference › Logging
you can combine module and level criteria to get highly selective logging.
NSS 3.14.1 release notes
Mozilla › Projects › NSS › NSS 3.14.1 release notes
note: the criteria for false start may change again in future nss releases.
FC_FindObjects
Mozilla › Projects › NSS › Reference › FC FindObjects
description fc_findobjects returns the next set of object handles matching the criteria set up by the previous call to fc_findobjectsinit and sets the object count variable to their number or to zero if there are none.
FC_FindObjectsFinal
Mozilla › Projects › NSS › Reference › FC FindObjectsFinal
description clears the object search criteria for a session.
Handling Mozilla Security Bugs
Mozilla › Security › security-bugs-policy
the criteria for membership in the mozilla security bug group are as follows: the applicant must be trusted by those already in the group.
Mozilla internal string guide
Mozilla › Tech › XPCOM › Guide › Internal strings
use before a sequence of multiple operations from the following list (without operations that are not on the list between the setcapacity() call and operations from the list): append() appendascii() appendliteral() appendprintf() appendint() appendfloat() lossyappendutf16toascii() appendasciitoutf16() do not call setcapacity() if the subsequent operations on the string do not meet the criteria above.
nsICookiePermission
Mozilla › Tech › XPCOM › Reference › Interface › nsICookiePermission
this is useful, for instance, to downgrade a cookie to session-only if it fails to meet certain criteria.
Blocking By Domain - Plugins
Plugins › Blocking By Domain
criteria in order to improve firefox security and performance, there are two major categories of sites mozilla may choose to add to plugin domain blocking: sites commonly embedded in a 3rd-party context web sites which are commonly embedded into other sites using iframes can have a large impact on browser security and also cause many sites to show plugin activation prompts.
Accessibility Inspector - Firefox Developer Tools
Tools › Accessibility inspector
the numbers are followed by aaa and a checkmark in green, indicating that the large text has a contrast ratio of 4.5:1 or more, meeting the criteria for enhanced contrast, or level aaa.
DOM Inspector FAQ - Firefox Developer Tools
Tools › Add-ons › DOM Inspector › DOM Inspector FAQ
menu item from the edit menu in an inspector window that is inspecting the document you wish to search, and enter your search criteria there.
Debugger.Memory - Firefox Developer Tools
Tools › Debugger-API › Debugger.Memory
it produces a count of those items, broken down by various criteria.
Bluetooth.requestDevice() - Web APIs
Web › API › Bluetooth › requestDevice
if there is no chooser ui, this method returns the first device matching the criteria.
FileReader.readAsDataURL() - Web APIs
Web › API › FileReader › readAsDataURL
; } } live result example reading multiple files html <input id="browse" type="file" onchange="previewfiles()" multiple> <div id="preview"></div> javascript function previewfiles() { var preview = document.queryselector('#preview'); var files = document.queryselector('input[type=file]').files; function readandpreview(file) { // make sure `file.name` matches our extensions criteria if ( /\.(jpe?g|png|gif)$/i.test(file.name) ) { var reader = new filereader(); reader.addeventlistener("load", function () { var image = new image(); image.height = 100; image.title = file.name; image.src = this.result; preview.appendchild( image ); }, false); reader.readasdataurl(file); } } if (files) { [].foreach...
IDBFactory.open() - Web APIs
Web › API › IDBFactory › open
note: you can find out more information on the different available storage types, and how firefox handles client-side data storage, at browser storage limits and eviction criteria.
Basic concepts - Web APIs
Web › API › IndexedDB API › Basic Concepts Behind IndexedDB
for more information on how the browser handles storing your data in the background, read browser storage limits and eviction criteria.
MediaDevices.getUserMedia() - Web APIs
Web › API › MediaDevices › getUserMedia
overconstrainederror the specified constraints resulted in no candidate devices which met the criteria requested.
MediaStream Recording API - Web APIs
Web › API › MediaStream Recording API
you can then examine that list and identify the potential input sources, and even filter the list based on desired criteria.
Capabilities, constraints, and settings - Web APIs
Web › API › Media Streams API › Constraints
to collect a list of the available devices, you can call navigator.mediadevices.enumeratedevices(), then for each device which meets the desired criteria, add its deviceid to the mediaconstraints object that eventually gets passed into getusermedia().
performance.getEntriesByName() - Web APIs
Web › API › Performance › getEntriesByName
if no objects meet the specified criteria, an empty list is returned.
PerformanceObserverEntryList.getEntries() - Web APIs
Web › API › PerformanceObserverEntryList › getEntries
return value a list of explicitly observed performanceentry objects that meets the criteria of the filter.
PerformanceObserverEntryList.getEntriesByName() - Web APIs
Web › API › PerformanceObserverEntryList › getEntriesByName
if no objects meet the specified criteria, an empty list is returned.
Using Performance Timeline - Web APIs
Web › API › Performance Timeline › Using Performance Timeline
performance extensions performance timeline extends the performance object with three methods that provide different mechanisms to get a set of performance records (metrics), depending on the specified filter criteria.
PublicKeyCredentialCreationOptions.authenticatorSelection - Web APIs
Web › API › PublicKeyCredentialCreationOptions › authenticatorSelection
authenticatorselection, an optional property of the publickeycredentialcreationoptions dictionary, is an object giving criteria to filter out the authenticators to be used for the creation operation.
PublicKeyCredentialCreationOptions - Web APIs
Web › API › PublicKeyCredentialCreationOptions
publickeycredentialcreationoptions.authenticatorselection optional an object whose properties are criteria used to filter out the potential authenticators for the creation operation.
Signaling and video calling - Web APIs
Web › API › WebRTC API › Signaling and video calling
note: we could restrict the set of permitted media inputs to a specific device or set of devices by calling navigator.mediadevices.enumeratedevices() to get a list of devices, filtering the resulting list based on our desired criteria, then using the selected devices' deviceid values in the deviceid field of the the mediaconstraints object passed into getusermedia().
Cognitive accessibility - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Cognitive accessibility
additional timing criteria to consider are: people who have cognitive or language limitations may need more time to read and to understand.
Web accessibility for seizures and physical reactions - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Seizure disorders
working draft personalization tools 1.0 working draft three flashes or below threshhold understanding sc 2.3.1 understanding wcag 2.0 (older, but contains some explanations of references made in the wcag 2.1 criteria) three flashes or below threshold understanding success criterion 2.3.1 understanding wcag 2.1 understanding success criteria 1.4.3: contrast (minimum) web accessibility initiative (wai) web animations model w3c working draft web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.0 definition of relative luminance web content accessibility guidelines (wcag) 2.1 contributers: heartfelt thanks to t...
Color contrast - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Understanding WCAG › Perceivable › Color contrast
related wcag success criteria 1.4.3 minimum contrast (aa) the color contrast between background and foreground content should be at a minimum level to ensure legibility: text and its background should have a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1.
Text labels and names - Accessibility
Web › Accessibility › Understanding WCAG › Text labels and names
see also w3c aria toolbar example related wcag success criteria 1.1.1 non-text content (a) all non-text content that is presented to the user has a text alternative that serves the equivalent purpose, except for the situations listed in the above link.
CSS Grid Layout and Accessibility - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
Web › CSS › CSS Grid Layout › CSS Grid Layout and Accessibility
the concept of visual display following document source order is detailed in the wcag techniques for success criteria – technique c27.
Scaling of SVG backgrounds - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
Web › CSS › Scaling of SVG backgrounds
for an image with an intrinsic ratio, exactly one size matches the cover/fit criteria alone.
HTML attribute: accept - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
Web › HTML › Attributes › accept
most operating systems lighten the files that don't match the criteria and aren't selectable.
HTML attribute: minlength - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
Web › HTML › Attributes › minlength
this value must be less than or equal to the value of maxlength, otherwise the value will never be valid, as it is impossible to meet both criteria.
HTML attribute reference - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
Web › HTML › Attributes
elements in html have attributes; these are additional values that configure the elements or adjust their behavior in various ways to meet the criteria the users want.
HTML reference - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
Web › HTML › Reference
html attribute reference elements in html have attributes; these are additional values that configure the elements or adjust their behavior in various ways to meet the criteria the users want.
HTTP response status codes - HTTP
Web › HTTP › Status
406 not acceptable this response is sent when the web server, after performing server-driven content negotiation, doesn't find any content that conforms to the criteria given by the user agent.
Add to Home screen - Progressive web apps (PWAs)
Web › Progressive web apps › Add to home screen
first of all, we declare a deferredprompt variable (which we'll explain later on), get a reference to our install button, and set it to display: none initially: let deferredprompt; const addbtn = document.queryselector('.add-button'); addbtn.style.display = 'none'; we hide the button initially because the pwa will not be available for install until it follows the a2hs criteria.
Secure contexts - Web security
Web › Security › Secure Contexts
resources that are not local, to be considered secure, must meet the following criteria: must be served over https:// or wss:// urls the security properties of the network channel used to deliver the resource must not be considered deprecated feature detection pages can use feature detection to check whether they are in a secure context or not by using the issecurecontext boolean, which is exposed on the global scope.