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HTML DOM Input URL Object


Input URL Object

The Input URL Object is new in HTML5.

The Input URL object represents an HTML <input> element with type="url".

Note: <input> elements with type="url" are not supported in Internet Explorer 9 (and earlier versions), or Safari.

Access an Input URL Object

You can access an <input> element with type="url" by using getElementById():

var x = document.getElementById("myUrl"); Try it

Tip: You can also access an Input URL object by searching through the elements collection of a form.

Create an Input URL Object

You can create an <input> element with type="url" by using the document.createElement() method:

var x = document.createElement("INPUT");
x.setAttribute("type", "url"); Try it

Input URL Object Properties

Property Description
autocomplete Sets or returns the value of the autocomplete attribute of a URL field
autofocus Sets or returns whether a URL field should automatically get focus when the page loads
defaultValue Sets or returns the default value of a URL field
disabled Sets or returns whether a URL field is disabled, or not
form Returns a reference to the form that contains the URL field
list Returns a reference to the datalist that contains the URL field
maxLength Sets or returns the value of the maxlength attribute of a URL field
name Sets or returns the value of the name attribute of a URL field
pattern Sets or returns the value of the pattern attribute of a URL field
placeholder Sets or returns the value of the placeholder attribute of a URL field
readOnly Sets or returns whether the URL field is read-only, or not
required Sets or returns whether the URL field must be filled out before submitting a form
size Sets or returns the value of the size attribute of the URL field
type Returns which type of form element the URL field is
value Sets or returns the value of the value attribute of a URL field

Standard Properties and Events

The Input URL object also supports the standard properties and events.


Related Pages

HTML tutorial: HTML Forms

HTML reference: HTML <input> tag

HTML reference: HTML <input> type attribute



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