Applet.height — The height of the applet extent rectangle in pixels.
Applet.hspace — The width of the horizontal margin spacing around an Applet object.
Applet.name — This corresponds to the NAME attribute of the <APPLET> HTML tag.
Applet.src — A supplementary property for passing in URL values to the applet.
IMG.height — The height of the image within the client display surface.
IMG.href — The URL where the image was loaded from. This is identical to the SRC="..." HTML tag attribute.
IMG.hspace — The horizontal spacing either side of the image.
IMG.iccProfile — The color of an image may appear different from one platform to another. This indicates the color profile that was used when the image was created so you can make adjustments if necessary.
IMG.isMap — Indicates whether the image is acting as a server-side image map.
IMG.longDesc — This is a long description of the image file.
IMG.loop — This controls the looping of a video clip that is loaded with the dynsrc attribute.
IMG.lowsrc — The URL of a low-resolution image that can be loaded quickly.
IMG.name — This corresponds to the NAME attribute of the <IMG> tag.
isGraph() — Check if a character is a printable glyph.
ISINDEX object — A deprecated object that represents the <ISINDEX> tag. Do not use this in new projects. This tag describes text entry field with an associated prompting text.
ISINDEX.form — Returns a reference to a containing Form object. If there is none, then a null is returned instead.
ISINDEX.prompt — A property relating to the deprecated <ISINDEX> object. Avoid the use of this object and property in new projects. This property provides a prompting text message for the text entry field.
isInNet() — This is a convenience function for use with proxy.pac files.
NamedNodeMap.removeNamedItem() — Given that you know the name of an item, you can locate and remove it from the collection. If necessary, the item is replaced by another containing the default attribute settings.
NamedNodeMap.setNamedItem() — A node is added to the collection having the specified node name. Any node already present with that name will be replaced.
OBJECT.align — An alignment control for an <OBJECT> tag's position with respect to its parent object.
OBJECT.altHtml — A block of alternative HTML to be used if the <OBJECT> tag fails to load its plugin correctly.
OBJECT.archive — A space-separated archive list. This enumerates a set of classes that must be pre-loaded before the object can execute.
OBJECT.border — The width of the border around the object when it is rendered into the display.
OBJECT.classid — The URL that locates the registered ActiveX control within the local file system when MSIE is used on the Windows platform.
OBJECT.code — The name of a Java applet to be used with the <OBJECT> tag.
OBJECT.codeBase — The path to the directory where the Java applet denoted by the CLASS="..." HTML tag attribute is to be found.
OBJECT.codeType — A description of the type of code in the object referred to by the CLASSID="..." HTML tag attribute.
OBJECT.data — A URL that points at a file containing data that the OBJECT element can access.
OBJECT.declare — A means of defining the object without activating it.
OBJECT.form — The form that an object belongs to if it is used for form input.
OBJECT.height — The height of an area reserved for displaying the contents of the <OBJECT> tag.
OBJECT.hspace — A horizontal margin space either side of the <OBJECT> tag with respect to its surrounding objects.
OBJECT.name — The value of the NAME="..." HTML tag attribute.
OBJECT.readyState — The current status disposition of the <OBJECT> tag as it is being loaded.
OBJECT.standby — Sets or resets the message text displayed while the object is loading.
OBJECT.tabIndex — A control of where the OBJECT object appears in the tabbing order of the page.
OBJECT.type — An indication of the MIME type of the object if its codeType property is undefined.
OBJECT.useMap — The URL of a <MAP> defined hash element that defines a client-side image map.
OBJECT.vspace — A vertical spacing above and below the <OBJECT> with respect to its adjacent objects.
OBJECT.width — The height of an area reserved for displaying the contents of the <OBJECT> tag.
Obsolescent — A feature of the language that is no longer supported.
RadialWipe() — A transition effect similar to that seen on radar displays.
RadioButton object — A toggle button that acts together with a group of radio buttons in a family. Clicking one deselects any others in the group. These are used in forms to choose one item from a set.
style.cssFloat — An extension to the float attribute that is a standard CSS attribute. cssFloat is an MSIE-only attribute and is not standardized. It appears to simply be another name for the float property.
style.cssText — The CSS style sheet specification source text for this style object.
style.cue — Part of the aural style control suite that defines the aural icon sound before and after an item is spoken.
style.cueAfter — Part of the aural style control suite that defines the aural icon sound after an item is spoken.
style.cueBefore — Part of the aural style control suite that defines the aural icon sound before an item is spoken.
style.cursor — A cursor shape to display when the pointer hovers over the element.
style.direction — Controls the direction of flow of inline content such as text and table cells.
style.display — A control attribute that defines how an element should be rendered into the display window.
style.elevation — Part of the aural style control suite that defines the height of a sound source within a 3D space.
style.emptyCells — An indication of how empty cells in a table should be displayed.
style.filter — Defines the visual, reveal or blend filter for the object.
style.float — An alignment control that indicates how text is to be flowed round the object that the style is applied to.
style.floatStyle — An MSIE extension to the normal float style attributes. All the indications are that this is simply another name for the styleFloat property.
style.font — A special shortcut styling control that provides a way to define several font styling attributes in a single assignment.
style.fontFamily — A list of fonts to be used for the element. The first one in the list that is available will be used.
style.fontSize — Controls the size of the text drawn with the current font. Note that different browser-support a text-imaging model at varying resolutions, and it is difficult to obtain consistent results when older browsers are used.
style.fontSizeAdjust — A means of compensating for the differences in browser font rendering models.
style.orphans — Defines the minimum number of lines of a paragraph of text that must be visible at the bottom of a page when a page break is present. This is most likely to occur when printing documents.
style.outline — A shortcut attribute for defining all the outline settings together.