HTML Elements > IMG
The img object reflects the img element. This object shares the same properties as the static Image object, which you can use to pre-cache im
Defines how the IMG element is aligned relative to surrounding text content. Most values set the vertical relationship between the IMG element and sur
Indicates the text to be displayed (or spoken) where the img element appears on the page when a browser does not download graphics (or is waiting
Removes focus from the current IMG object, at which time the IMG object's onblur event fires.
Provides the thickness of the border around an element (in pixels). This property is read-only in Navigator 4.
Reveals whether the img element's src or lowsrc image file has fully loaded. Note that Navigator 4 provides an incorrect true reading befor
Used with IE data binding to associate a remote data source column name with the src property of the img object. A datasrc attribute must als
This property is a member of the img element object in IE, but does not apply to img because data binding values are linked to the src attrib
Used with IE data binding to specify the ID of the page's IMG object element that loads the data source object for remote data access
URL of a video clip to be displayed through the img element. Changing this property loads a new video clip into the image object.
Returns a string of the date (but not the time) that the server (or local filesystem) reports the currently-loaded file was created. By loading an i
Returns a string of the date (but not the time) that the server (or local filesystem) reports the currently-loaded file was most recently modified.
Returns the number of bytes for the size of the currently-loaded image. IE for Windows returns this value as a string, while IE for Macintosh return
For an image file retrieved from a server, this property may more accurately reflect the date the file was last uploaded to the server than the othe
Gives focus from the current IMG object, at which time the IMG object's onfocus event fires. Note that the range of elements capable of focus and blur
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