Gherkin is basically a constrained application of English meant for specifying test cases. For example, for a calculator you might write:
Also note that no matter where this script element appears in the document, it will not be evaluated until both document parsing has complete and its dependency dom-utils.
The first is a flag indicating document write ascii code or not the script block has been "already started". Initially, script elements must have this flag unset script blocks, when created, are not "already started".
The cloning steps for script elements must set the "already started" flag on the copy if it is set on the element being cloned. The second is a flag indicating whether the element was "parser-inserted".
Initially, script elements must have this flag unset.
The third is a flag indicating whether the element will be "non-blocking". Initially, script elements must have this flag set. In addition, whenever a script element whose "non-blocking" flag is set has an async content attribute added, the element's "non-blocking" flag must be unset.
The fourth is a flag indicating whether or not the script block is "ready to be parser-executed". Initially, script elements must have this flag unset script blocks, when created, are not "ready to be parser-executed". This flag is used only for elements that are also "parser-inserted"to let the parser know when to execute the script.
The fifth is the script's typewhich is either "classic" or "module". It is determined when the script is preparedbased on the type attribute of the element at that time.
The sixth is a flag indicating whether or not the script is from an external file. It is determined when the script is preparedbased on the src attribute of the element at that time.
Finally, a script element has the script's scriptwhich is a script resulting from preparing the element. This is set asynchronously after the classic script or module graph is fetched. Once it is set, either to a script in the case of success or to null in the case of failure, the fetching algorithms will note that the script is readywhich can trigger other actions.
The user agent must delay the load event of the element's node document until the script is ready. When a script element that is not marked as being "parser-inserted" experiences one of the events listed in the following list, the user agent must immediately prepare the script element: The script element becomes connected.
The script element is connected and a node or document fragment is inserted into the script element, after any script elements inserted at that time.
The script element is connected and has a src attribute set where previously the element had no such attribute. To prepare a scriptthe user agent must act as follows: If the script element is marked as having "already started"then return.
The script is not executed. If the element has its "parser-inserted" flag set, then set was-parser-inserted to true and unset the element's "parser-inserted" flag.
Otherwise, set was-parser-inserted to false. This is done so that if parser-inserted script elements fail to run when the parser tries to run them, e. If was-parser-inserted is true and the element does not have an async attribute, then set the element's "non-blocking" flag to true.Abstract.
DOM defines a platform-neutral model for events and node trees. DOM4 adds Mutation Observers as a replacement for Mutation Events.. Status of This Document.
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