HTML Elements > AREA
The area object reflects the area element, which defines the shape, coordinates, and destination of a clickable region of a
Future nongraphical browsers may use the alt property setting to display a brief description of the meaning of the (invisible)
Removes focus from the current AREA object, at which time the AREA object's onblur event fires.
Defines the outline of the area to be associated with a particular link or scripted action. Coordinate values are entered as a comma-delimi
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
This is that portion of the href attribute's URL following the # symbol, referring to an anchor location in a document. Do n
Provides the combination of the hostname and port of the server of the destination document for the area link.
Provides the hostname of the server of the destination document for the area link. The hostname property does not include the port number.
This is the URL specified by the element's href attribute.
Specifies whether the area defined by the coordinates has a link associated with it. When you set this property to true , scrip
Provides the pathname component of the URL assigned to the element's href attribute. This consists of all URL information following the l
Provides the port component of the URL assigned to the AREA element's href attribute. This consists of all URL information following the colon after t
This property of AREA is exactly same as A protocol. Please view A's instead.
This is the URL-encoded portion of a URL assigned to the href attribute that begins with the ? symbol. A document that is se
Indicates the shape of a server-side image map area with coordinates that are specified with the coords attribute.
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