[webkit-dev] How to get the background image of a node?

Simon Fraser simon.fraser at apple.com
Wed Aug 12 08:55:53 PDT 2009

This is really a question for the webkit-help list.

The solution is to call getComputedStyle().


On Aug 12, 2009, at 8:52 AM, TianShijun wrote:

> How can i get the background-image url of an  element node?
> Usually, I can read the "background-image" attribute of the node.  
> But if it is written
> in the style sheet, there is no explicit "background-image"  
> attribute in the element's
> attributes list. Instead, there is a "class" attribute.
> I have also tried to get some information from RenderStyle. But it  
> can only provide an
> interface hasBackgroundImage() .
> How can I get it? It seems not to be an elegant way that we firstly  
> read the style class
> abtribute and then parse the style sheet file. Could WebKit provides  
> an expandedAttributes()
> interface which can return all the attributes by simply expanding  
> the class attribute with
> those written in the style sheet?

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