Defines an anchor within the document. An anchor is used to create a hyperlink to another document or Internet resource. It can also serve to label a fragment within a document (also called a named anchor), which serves as a destination anchor for linking to a specific point in a document.
Assigns an access key (shortcut key command) to the link. Access keys are also used for form fields. The value is a single character. Users may access the element by hitting Alt-key (PC) or Ctrl-key (Mac).
Specifies the character encoding of the target document. See Chapter 6 for information on character sets.
Specifies the x,y coordinates for a clickable area in an image map. The HTML 4.01 Recommendation proposes that client-side image maps be replaced by an
objectelement containing the image and a set of anchor elements defining the “hot” areas (with shapes and coordinate attributes). This system has not yet been implemented by browsers.
Specifies the URL of the destination document or web resource (such as an image, audio, PDF, or other media file).
Specifies the base language of the target document. See Chapter 6 for a list of two-letter language codes.
Gives the link a unique name (similar to the
nameattribute) so it can be referenced from a link, script, ...