The link’s target URL.
This is the exact value as it appears in the document, and may thus be
a relative URL. For most use cases
absoluteTarget is more useful than
This property can be written to, which will modify the resource containing the link.
The link’s target URL as an absolute URL.
This takes into account factors like the
<base href="..."> element.
If the target is not a valid (relative) URL, absoluteTarget equals undefined.
Information about where the link points ‘from’ (the place where it is defined) in the DOM or stylesheet.
A boolean indicating whether the resource being linked to is normally considered a
subresource of the document. For example, the
src of an
<img> element specifies a
subresource because the image is considered part of the document, while the
href of an
<a> or the
action of a
<form> merely point to another resource.
A Link that refers to resources without making them ‘part of’ the document.
Note the WHATWG HTML spec calls such (and only such) links ‘hyperlinks’.