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Meta: export "custom elements" and window.open()

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domenic authored and annevk committed Oct 11, 2017
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@@ -66138,7 +66138,7 @@ console.log(plasticButton2.getAttribute("is")); // will output "plastic-button"<
<h4 id="custom-elements-core-concepts">Core concepts</h4>
<p>A <dfn>custom element</dfn> is an element that is <span
<p>A <dfn data-export="">custom element</dfn> is an element that is <span
data-x="concept-element-custom">custom</span>. Informally, this means that its constructor and
prototype are defined by the author, instead of by the user agent. This author-supplied
constructor function is called the <dfn data-export="">custom element constructor</dfn>.</p>
@@ -78235,10 +78235,11 @@ callback <dfn>FrameRequestCallback</dfn> = void (<span>DOMHighResTimeStamp</span
<li><p>Return <var>target browsing context</var>'s <code>WindowProxy</code> object.</p></li>
</ol>
<p>The <dfn><code data-x="dom-open">open(<var>url</var>, <var>target</var>,
<var>features</var>)</code></dfn> method on <code>Window</code> objects provides a mechanism for
<span data-x="navigate">navigating</span> an existing <span>browsing context</span> or opening and
navigating an <span>auxiliary browsing context</span>.</p>
<p>The <dfn data-export="" data-dfn-for="Window" data-dfn-type="operation"
data-lt="open()|open(url, target, features)"><code data-x="dom-open">open(<var>url</var>,
<var>target</var>, <var>features</var>)</code></dfn> method on <code>Window</code> objects
provides a mechanism for <span data-x="navigate">navigating</span> an existing <span>browsing
context</span> or opening and navigating an <span>auxiliary browsing context</span>.</p>
<p>When the method is invoked, the user agent must run the <span>window open steps</span> with
<var>url</var>, <var>target</var>, and <var>features</var>.</p>

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