This attribute defines an access key for the link out of the document character set. When the browser recieves input of that key, the link will recieve focus.
This attribute specifies the character encoding type for the linked file.
This attribute gives the language of the linked document, and can only be used in conjuction with HREF.
The script given by this attribute is triggered when the <A> element loses focus.
The script given by the ONFOCUS attribute is triggered when the <A> element gains focus.
This attribute defines forward link relationships. If you know what that means, please email me! I think I know how to use it, but I can't really figure out what it means... '_'
This attribute controls the tabbing order between elements (the order in which they recieve focus). Elements with the lowest tabindex number recieve focus first. All those with no tabindex value or a value of zero follow in the order that they appear, but after those with tabindex values.
This attribute controls where the linked file will load. If TARGET is not defined, thhe default value is to load into the same frame, unless this default is overridden by HTTP headers or by the <BASE> element.
Back to <A>
This attribute gives the base URL for the document. All relative URLs are considered relative to this URL.
This attribute controls where linked files will load if the TARGET attribute is not defined for the link.
Back to <BASE>