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Indicates a Uniform Resource Name (URN) version of the destination document specified in the href attribute. This attribute is
This is the MIME type of the destination document at the other end of the link specified by the href attribute. A browser migh
Returns the text between the a element's start and end tags. This property pre-dates the W3C DOM and should be used only if ne
Provides the name of the window or frame that is to receive content as the result of navigating to a link. Such names are assigned to frame
This is a number that indicates the sequence of this A element within the tabbing order of all focusable elements in the document.
Indicates the shape of a server-side image map area, with coordinates that are specified with the COORDS attribute. Intended f
Provides the URL-encoded portion of a URL assigned to the href attribute that begins with the ? symbol. A document that is s
Defines the relationship between the current element and the destination of the link. Also known as a reverse link.
Defines the relationship between the current element and the destination of the link. Also known as a forward link , not to be
Used with IE data binding, returns an integer representing the record within the data set that generated the element (i.e., an element whos
Provides a verbose description of the protocol implied by the URL of the href attribute or href property. Not supported in I
Indicates the protocol component of the URL assigned to the element's href attribute. This consists of all URL information up to and incl
Provides the port component of the URL assigned to the A element's href attribute. This consists of all URL information following the colon after the
Provides the pathname component of the URL assigned to the element's href attribute. This consists of all URL information following the l
Returns just the filename, rather than the full URL, of the href attribute set for the element. Not available in IE 4/Macintosh.
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