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 package elemental.html;
 
 import  elemental.html.*;
 
 import java.util.Date;

DOM area objects expose the HTMLAreaElement (or HTML 4 HTMLAreaElement) interface, which provides special properties and methods (beyond the regular element object interface they also have available to them by inheritance) for manipulating the layout and presentation of area elements.
 
 public interface AreaElement extends Element {


  
Reflects the alt HTML attribute, containing alternative text for the element.
 
   String getAlt();
 
   void setAlt(String arg);


  
Reflects the coords HTML attribute, containing coordinates to define the hot-spot region.
 
 
   void setCoords(String arg);


  
The fragment identifier (including the leading hash mark (#)), if any, in the referenced URL.
 
   String getHash();


  
The hostname and port (if it's not the default port) in the referenced URL.
 
   String getHost();


  
The hostname in the referenced URL.
 
   String getHostname();


  
Reflects the href HTML attribute, containing a valid URL of a linked resource.
 
   String getHref();
 
   void setHref(String arg);


  
Indicates that this area is inactive. Obsolete in HTML5
 
   boolean isNoHref();
 
   void setNoHref(boolean arg);


  
The path name component, if any, of the referenced URL.
 
  void setPing(String arg);


  
The port component, if any, of the referenced URL.
  String getPort();


  
The protocol component (including trailing colon (:)), of the referenced URL.
The search element (including leading question mark (?)), if any, of the referenced URL
  String getSearch();


  
Reflects the shape HTML attribute, indicating the shape of the hot-spot, limited to known values.
  void setShape(String arg);


  
Reflects the target HTML attribute, indicating the browsing context in which to open the linked resource.
  void setTarget(String arg);
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