HTML DOM Range startOffset property
The startOffset property returns a number representing an Offset index where the Range starts. This is a read-only property.
if the parent node of Range is a Node of type Text then the offset index will be the number of characters from the start of the Range. For other Node types, the startOffset is the number of child nodes from the start of the startContainer parent node.
start = range.startOffset;
Return Value: It returns a Offset index of starting of the range.
Example: In this example, we will use this property to get startOffset index.
Here the range’s startOffset index in 3rd node from startContainer node.
Output: In console, the startOffset Index can be seen.
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer