The DOM track readyState property is used to return the value of the current ready state of the track. It is a read-only property, and ready state denotes that the track is ready to play or not.
Return Values: It returns a number which represent whether the track is ready to play or not.
- 0 = NONE => It means the text track has not been obtained
- 1 = LOADING => It means there are no errors in text track loading and more cues can still be added to the track through the parser.
- 2 = LOADED => It means the text track has been loaded with no errors.
- 3 = ERROR => It means the text track was enabled, but something failed when the user tries to obtain it.
- Before clicking on the button:
- After clicking on the button:
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by HTML DOM Track readyState property are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer 10.0+
- HTML | DOM readyState Property
- HTML | DOM Audio readyState Property
- HTML | DOM Video readyState Property
- HTML | DOM Track src property
- HTML | DOM Track srclang property
- HTML | DOM Track kind property
- HTML | DOM Track default property
- HTML | DOM Track label property
- HTML | <track> tag
- HTML | <track> src Attribute
- HTML | DOM Track Object
- HTML | <track> kind Attribute
- HTML | <track> default Attribute
- HTML | <track> srclang Attribute
- HTML | <track> label Attribute
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