shape %Shape; rect -- for use with client-side image maps --
coords %Coords; #IMPLIED -- for use with client-side image maps --
tabindex NUMBER #IMPLIED -- position in tabbing order --
onfocus %Script; #IMPLIED -- the element got the focus --
onblur %Script; #IMPLIED -- the element lost the focus --
Start tag: required, End tag: required
name = cdata [p.44] [CS] [p.43]
This attribute names the current anchor so that it may be the destination of another link. The value of
this attribute must be a unique anchor name. The scope of this name is the current document. Note
that this attribute shares the same name space as the id attribute.
href = uri [p.44] [CT] [p.43]
This attribute specifies the location of a Web resource, thus defining a link between the current
element (the source anchor) and the destination anchor defined by this attribute.
hreflang = langcode [p.47] [CI] [p.43]
This attribute specifies the base language of the resource designated by href and may only be used
when href is specified.
type = content-type [p.46] [CI] [p.43]
When present, this attribute specifies the content type of a piece of content, for example, the result of
dereferencing a URI. Content types are defined in [MIMETYPES] [p.327] .
rel = link-types [p.48] [CI] [p.43]
This attribute describes the relationship from the current document to the anchor specified by the
href attribute. The value of this attribute is a space-separated list of link types.
rev = link-types [p.48] [CI] [p.43]
This attribute is used to describe a reverse link [p.144] from the anchor specified by the href
attribute to the current document. The value of this attribute is a space-separated list of link types.
charset = charset [p.47] [CI] [p.43]
This attribute specifies the character encoding of the resource designated by the link. Please consult
the section on character encodings [p.37] for more details.
Attributes defined elsewhere
id, class (document-wide identifiers [p.65] )
lang (language information [p.71] ), dir (text direction [p.73] )
title (element title [p.57] )
style (inline style information [p.174] )
shape and coords (image maps [p.162] )
onfocus, onblur, onclick, ondblclick, onmousedown, onmouseup, onmouseover,
onmousemove, onmouseout, onkeypress, onkeydown, onkeyup (intrinsic events [p.240] )
target (target frame information [p.200] )
tabindex (tabbing navigation [p.228] )
accesskey (access keys [p.229] )
12.2 The A element