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var t_alert = async_test('Expecting alerts: ["PASS: The \'p\' element\'s text is green, which means the style was correctly applied."]');
var expected_alerts = ["PASS: The 'p' element's text is green, which means the style was correctly applied."];
function alert_assert(msg) {
t_alert.step(function() {
if (msg.match(/^FAIL/i)) {
for (var i = 0; i < expected_alerts.length; i++) {
if (expected_alerts[i] == msg) {
assert_true(expected_alerts[i] == msg);
expected_alerts.splice(i, 1);
if (expected_alerts.length == 0) {
assert_unreached('unexpected alert: ' + msg);
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<style>p { color: green; }</style>
<style>p { color: red; }</style>
<style>p { color: purple; }</style>
<style>p { color: blue; }</style>
This tests the effect of a valid style-hash value, with one valid style and several invalid ones. It passes if the valid style is applied and a CSP violation is generated.
var color = window.getComputedStyle(document.querySelector('p')).color;
if (color === "rgb(0, 128, 0)")
alert_assert("PASS: The 'p' element's text is green, which means the style was correctly applied.");
alert_assert("FAIL: The 'p' element's text is " + color + ", which means the style was incorrectly applied.");
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