It returns a Boolean value, specifying whether the browser has data tainting feature enabled.
Example: It would return true if data tainting is supported and enabled, and it returns false if the feature is disabled.
This method has long been deprecated and beware before using it because at anytime it may be withdrawn. Despite being removed it is supported by the following browsers:
- Opera 3.5
- Internet Explorer 4.0/Edge.
- HTML | Navigator javaEnabled( ) Method
- HTML | Navigator userAgent Property
- HTML | Navigator language Property
- HTML | Navigator product Property
- HTML | Navigator platform Property
- HTML | Navigator geolocation Property
- HTML | Navigator cookieEnabled Property
- HTML | Navigator onLine Property
- HTML | Navigator appName Property
- HTML | Navigator appVersion Property
- HTML | Navigator appCodeName Property
- Web Vibration API | Navigator.vibrate() Method
- HTML | DOM contains() Method
- HTML | DOM compareDocumentPosition() Method
- HTML | DOM importNode() Method
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