Javascript Reference
HTML Elements > LEGEND
javascript LEGEND Description
The legend object reflects the legend element. A legend element must be nested inside and immediately after the fieldset element associated
javascript LEGEND accessKey
This is single character key that either gives focus to an LEGEND element (in some browsers) or activates a form control or link action.
javascript LEGEND align
Controls the alignment of the legend element with respect to the containing fieldset element. The permissible values do not always work as plann
javascript LEGEND blur( )
Removes focus from the current LEGEND object, at which time the LEGEND object's onblur event fires.
javascript LEGEND clientHeight, clientWidth
Broadly speaking, these provide the height and width of the LEGEND element's content, but with minor variations with respect to element padding among
javascript LEGEND clientLeft, clientTop
Broadly speaking, these provide the left and top coordinates of the LEGEND element's content within the box that includes the LEGEND element's padding
javascript LEGEND form
Returns a reference to the next outermost form element object in the document tree. Multiple legend element objects within the same form elem
javascript LEGEND focus( )
Gives focus from the current LEGEND object, at which time the LEGEND object's onfocus event fires. Note that the range of elements capable of focus an
javascript LEGEND scrollHeight, scrollWidth
Originally implemented in IE 4 for elements that either scrolled or influenced an element's scroll ( body , button , caption , div , fieldset
javascript LEGEND scrollLeft, scrollTop
Provide the distance in pixels between the actual left or top edge of the LEGEND element's physical content and the left or top edge of the visible po

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