Definition and Usage The href attribute specifies the URL (web resource) to be loaded when the area is activated (clicked). Syntax &...
Definition and UsageThe href attribute specifies the URL (web resource) to be loaded when the area is activated (clicked).
<area href="URL" />
<area href="http://www.1000sourcecodes.com" />
|The web resource/address to load when the link is activated.Possible URL values:
The attribute is supported in all major browsers.
What is an URLA Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is used to address a document (or other data) on the World Wide Web.
A full Web address like this: http://www.1000sourcecodes.com/html/lastpage.htm follows these syntax rules:
The scheme is defining the type of Internet service. The most common type is http. The domain is defining the Internet domain name like 1000sourcecodes.com.
The host is defining the domain host. If omitted, the default host for http is www.
The :port is defining the port number at the host. The port number is normally omitted. The default port number for http is 80.
The path is defining a path (a sub directory) at the server. If the path is omitted, the resource (the document) must be located at the root directory of the Web site.
The filename is defining the name of a document. The default filename might be default.asp, or index.html or something else depending on the settings of the Web server.