pub struct SpecifiedValues {
    indices: [u8; 68],
    props: Vec<ParsedProperty>,
    transform: Option<Transform>,
}
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Holds the specified values for the CSS properties of an element.

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§indices: [u8; 68]§props: Vec<ParsedProperty>§transform: Option<Transform>

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impl SpecifiedValues

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fn property_index(&self, id: PropertyId) -> Option<usize>

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fn set_property(&mut self, prop: &ParsedProperty, replace: bool)

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fn get_property(&self, id: PropertyId) -> ParsedProperty

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fn set_property_expanding_shorthands( &mut self, prop: &ParsedProperty, replace: bool )

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fn expand_font_shorthand(&mut self, font: &Font, replace: bool)

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fn expand_marker_shorthand(&mut self, marker: &Marker, replace: bool)

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fn expand_font_shorthand_inherit(&mut self, replace: bool)

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fn expand_marker_shorthand_inherit(&mut self, replace: bool)

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pub fn set_parsed_property(&mut self, prop: &ParsedProperty)

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pub fn set_parsed_property_user_agent(&mut self, prop: &ParsedProperty)

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pub fn to_computed_values(&self, computed: &mut ComputedValues)

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pub fn inherit_xml_lang( &self, computed: &mut ComputedValues, parent: Option<Node<NodeData>> )

This is a somewhat egregious hack to allow xml:lang to be stored as a presentational attribute. Presentational attributes can often be influenced by stylesheets, so they’re cascaded after selector matching is done, but xml:lang can be queried by CSS selectors, so they need to be cascaded first.

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pub fn is_overflow(&self) -> bool

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fn parse_one_presentation_attribute( &mut self, session: &Session, attr: QualName, value: &str )

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pub fn parse_presentation_attributes( &mut self, session: &Session, attrs: &Attributes )

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pub fn set_property_from_declaration( &mut self, declaration: &Declaration, origin: Origin, important_styles: &mut HashSet<QualName> )

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pub fn parse_style_declarations( &mut self, declarations: &str, origin: Origin, important_styles: &mut HashSet<QualName>, session: &Session )

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impl Clone for SpecifiedValues

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fn clone(&self) -> SpecifiedValues

Returns a copy of the value. Read more
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fn clone_from(&mut self, source: &Self)

Performs copy-assignment from source. Read more
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impl Default for SpecifiedValues

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fn default() -> Self

Returns the “default value” for a type. Read more

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