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IE _sort of_ implements `HTMLHyperlinkElementUtils.pathname` #2934

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wizzwizz4 commented Oct 7, 2018

Its version behaves differently, but it's there.

I couldn't find much documentation about this, so I can't tell you which version it first appeared in. Also, I assumed that I should say that it doesn't implement it, since it technically doesn't. It's good enough for Google Analytics to have a kind of shim within its code, though.

Is this alright? I'm quite new to this.

IE _sort of_ implements `HTMLHyperlinkElementUtils.pathname`
Its version behaves differently, but it's there.

I couldn't find much documentation about this, so I can't tell you which version it first appeared in.
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Elchi3 commented Oct 11, 2018

We could probably set "partial_implementation": true in this case.

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wizzwizz4 commented Oct 12, 2018

That's a thing? Ok, then...

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wizzwizz4 commented Oct 13, 2018

@Elchi3 Is this ok?

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Elchi3 approved these changes Oct 15, 2018

Yes, this works. Thank you! 👍

@Elchi3 Elchi3 merged commit a3ed7bd into mdn:master Oct 15, 2018

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