The DOM Open() method in HTML is the combination of the following three steps:
- Opens an output stream to collect the output.
- Collects output from the document.write() or document.writeln() methods.
- Runs the document.close to displays the output written to the output stream.
document.open( MIMEtype, replace )
Parameter Values: This method accepts two parameters which are listed below:
- MIMEtype: It is the type of document, and it is an optional parameter. The default value of this parameter is “text/html”.
- replace: It is optional parameter. If this value is set then the history entry for the new document is inherit the history entry from the document.
Example 2: This example display the output in new window.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by DOM open() method are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- HTML | open Attribute
- HTML | DOM Dialog open Property
- HTML | dialog open Attribute
- HTML | DOM Details open Property
- HTML | <details> open Attribute
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