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The a object reflects the a element, regardless of whether the element is set up to be an anchor, link, or both. Early versi
This is single character key that either gives focus to an element (in some browsers) or activates a form control or link action. The
Removes focus from the current A object, at which time the A object's onblur event fires.
Character encoding of the document's content.
Defines the outline of an area to be associated with a particular link or scripted action. This property is a member of the a object,
Used with IE data binding to associate a remote data source column value in lieu of an href attribute for a link. The datasrc
Used with IE data binding, this property advises the browser whether the source material arriving from the data source is to be treated
Used with IE data binding to specify the ID of the page's object element that loads the data source object for remote data access. Conten
Gives focus from the current object, at which time the object's onfocus event fires. Note that the range of elements capable of focus and
Provides that portion of the href attribute's URL following the # symbol, referring to an anchor location in a document. Do
This is the combination of the hostname and port (if any) of the server of the destination document for the link. If the port is explicitly
This is the hostname of the server of the destination document for the A link.
Provides the URL specified by the element's href attribute.
Provides the language code of the content at the destination of a link. Requires that the href attribute or property also be s
Provides an advisory attribute about the functionality of the destination of a link. A browser could use this information to display specia
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