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moveToAbsolute(x, y)
Moves the layer to a position relative to the page and returns
nothing.
resizeBy(dw, dh)
Resizes the layer by the specified amounts and returns
nothing.
resizeTo(width, height)
Resizes the layer to the specified size returns nothing.
Link
an <a> or <area> link
Client-side JavaScript 1.0
Inherits From: Element
Synopsis
document.links[i]
Properties
Many of the properties of a Link object represent portions of its
URL. For each such property below, the example given is a
portion of the following (fictitious) URL:
http://www.oreilly.com:1234/catalog/search.html
?q=JavaScript&m=10#results
hash
A read/write string property that specifies the anchor portion
of the Link’s URL, including the leading hash (
#) mark. For
example: “#result”.
host
A read/write string property that specifies the hostname and
port portions of a Link’s URL. For example: “www.oreilly.
com:1234”.
hostname
A read/write string property that specifies the hostname
portion of a Link’s URL. For example: “www.oreilly.com”.
href
A read/write string property that specifies the complete text of
the Link’s URL.
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pathname
A read/write string property that specifies the pathname
portion of a Link’s URL. For example: “/catalog/search.
html”.
port
A read/write string (not a number) property that specifies the
port portion of a Link’s URL. For example: “1234”.
protocol
A read/write string property that specifies the protocol
portion of a Link’s URL, including the trailing colon. For
example: “http:”.
search
A read/write string property that specifies the query portion
of a Link’s URL, including the leading question mark. For
example: “?q=JavaScript&m=10”.
target
A read/write string property that specifies the name of a
Window object (i.e., a frame or a top-level browser window)
in which the linked document should be displayed. This
property is the standard
target HTML attribute. The special
names “_blank”, “_top”, “_parent”, and “_self” are allowed.
Event Handlers
onclick
Invoked when the user clicks on the link. In JavaScript 1.1,
this event handler may prevent the link from being followed
by returning
false.
onmouseout
Invoked when the user moves the mouse off the link. JS 1.1.
onmouseover
Invoked when the user moves the mouse over the link. The
status property of the current window may be set here.
Return
true to tell the browser not to display the URL of the
link in the status line.
See Also
Anchor, Location

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