CSS: Computed Style
A “computed style” is all the styles that applies to the element, even if there's no CSS specified for that element.
For example, consider the color of a element, the element itself may not have a CSS color spec, but it inherit styles from parent element, or from browser's initial value for that property.
Find Computed Style by Browser Console
Use browser's web dev tool to find computed style of an element.
[see JS: How to Use Browser Console]
getPropertyValue( propName )
// get computed property value of propName of element ele // version 2018-11-02 const getComputedS = ((ele, propName) => window.getComputedStyle(ele). getPropertyValue( propName ) );
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