JavaScript Window screen.height property

The Window.screen.height property in JavaScript represents the height of the screen (in pixels) used to display the current web page. It is a read-only property that returns an integer value.

Here is an example of how to use the Window.screen.height property:

// get the height of the screen used to display the current web page
var screenHeight = window.screen.height;

// log the height of the screen
console.log("Screen height: " + screenHeight);

In the above code, we are using the Window.screen.height property to get the height of the screen used to display the current web page. We are then logging this value to the console.

Note that the value of the Window.screen.height property may vary depending on the device and operating system being used. It is also affected by the user’s display settings and the capabilities of the screen. For example, a high-resolution screen may return a value of 1920 or even 3840 pixels for its height.

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