Class CSS.CSSRule

    • Constructor Detail

      • CSSRule

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        public CSSRule​(java.lang.String styleSheetId,
                       CSS.SelectorList selectorList,
                       java.lang.String origin,
                       CSS.CSSStyle style,
                       CSS.CSSMedia[] media,
                       CSS.CSSContainerQuery[] containerQueries)
        styleSheetId - The css style sheet identifier (absent for user agent stylesheet and user-specified stylesheet rules) this rule came from.
        selectorList - Rule selector data.
        origin - Parent stylesheet's origin.
        style - Associated style declaration.
        media - Media list array (for rules involving media queries). The array enumerates media queries starting with the innermost one, going outwards.
        containerQueries - Container query list array (for rules involving container queries). The array enumerates container queries starting with the innermost one, going outwards.
      • CSSRule

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        public CSSRule​(JsonObject jo)
        JSON Object Constructor
        jo - A Json-Object having data about an instance of 'CSSRule'.
    • Method Detail

      • optionals

        public boolean[] optionals()
        Description copied from class: BaseType
        Implementing this method allows sub-classes to specify which JSON Properties may be absent or null. When binding a JsonObject to a Java-Object, if some of the expected fields for the Java-Object map to Properties which might be left-out or omitted, then that may be indicated by setting that fields array position TRUE.

        NOTE: This array should have a length equal to the number of fields contained by the Java Object. The first boolean in the array should specify whether the first Object Field may by absent. The second boolean should specify whether the second Object Field is optional in the JSON - and so on and so forth...
        Specified by:
        optionals in class BaseType
        A boolean[] array whose length is precisely equal to the number of fields in the Java Object.