Returns a number representing where in the Range.endContainer the Range ends.
Note: This property is read-only.
var offset = range.endOffset;
Returns an object of type NumberNumber
the end offset value.
var range = document.createRange(); range.setStart(startNode,startOffset); range.setEnd(endNode,endOffset); endRangeOffset = range.endOffset;
If the boundary point offset is within a container that is not a character data node, the offset is a count based on where it falls between child nodes. For example, the offset is 0 if it falls before the first child, and 1 if it is between the first and second child. If the offset is within a character data node container, the value represents 16-bit unit positions.
- Living Standard