HTML DOM previousSibling Property
Return the previousSibling of a list item:
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Definition and Usage
The previousSibling property returns the previous node of the specified node, in the same tree level.
The returned node is returned as a Node object.
Note: If there is no previousSibling node, the return value is null.
The previousSibling property is supported in all major browsers.
|Return Value:||The previous sibling of the node, as a Node object|
|DOM Version||Core Level 1 Node Object|
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