The Password object represents a single-line password field in an HTML form.
The content of a password field will be masked (appear as blobs or asterisks) in a browser.
For each <input type="password"> tag in an HTML form, a Password object is created.
You can access a password field by searching through the elements array of the form, or by using document.getElementById().
Note: The Password object can also use the properties/methods of:
W3C: W3C Standard.
|defaultValue||Sets or returns the default value of a password field||Yes|
|disabled||Sets or returns whether the password field is disabled, or not||Yes|
|form||Returns a reference to the form that contains the password field||Yes|
|maxLength||Sets or returns the maximum number of characters allowed in a password field||Yes|
|name||Sets or returns the value of the name attribute of a password field||Yes|
|readOnly||Sets or returns whether a password field is read-only, or not||Yes|
|size||Sets or returns the width of a password field (in number of characters)||Yes|
|type||Returns which type of form element a password field is||Yes|
|value||Sets or returns the value of the value attribute of the password field||Yes|
|select()||Selects the content of a password field||Yes|
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