JavaScript Window screenY property

The JavaScript Window screenY property is a read-only property that returns the vertical position of the current window relative to the user’s screen. It is similar to the screenTop property, but it takes into account the current zoom level of the window.

Here are some examples of how the screenY property can be used in JavaScript code:

  1. To retrieve the vertical position of the current window, you can use the following code:
var y = window.screenY;

// the value of y will be the vertical position of the window
  1. To move the current window to a specific vertical position, you can use the following code:
// calculate the new position of the window
var x = window.screenX;
var y = (window.screen.availHeight - window.outerHeight) / 2;

// move the window to the calculated position
window.moveTo(x, y);
  1. To center the current window on the screen, you can use the following code:
// calculate the position of the window
var x = (window.screen.availWidth - window.outerWidth) / 2;
var y = (window.screen.availHeight - window.outerHeight) / 2;

// move the window to the calculated position
window.moveTo(x, y);

Overall, the screenY property provides a convenient way to retrieve and manipulate the vertical position of the current window on the screen. It takes into account the zoom level of the window, which makes it more accurate than the screenTop property in some cases. It can be used for

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