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Internet Explorer Mobile HTML Scripting Objects

Windows Mobile 6.5
A version of this page is also available for
4/8/2010

Internet Explorer Mobile supports only the Jscript language. This is a list of the Document Objects that the web programmer can use. For full details check the individual elements in Internet Explorer Mobile HTML Elements.

Element Description

A/link

Designates the start or destination of a hypertext link.

BODY/document

Represents the HTML document in a given browser window or frame.

DIV

Specifies a container that renders HTML.

FORM/form

Represents an HTML input form.

FRAME/frame

Specifies an individual frame within a FRAMESET XHTML Element.

FRAMESET

Specifies a frameset consisting of one or more frames.

history

Contains information about the URLs visited by the client.

IMG/image

Object which contains information about an image loaded into the browser.

INPUT TYPE=button

Creates and controls a button control object.

INPUT TYPE=checkbox

Creates and controls a checkbox control object.

INPUT TYPE=file

Creates and controls a file up load control object.

INPUT TYPE=hidden

Creates and controls a hidden field, not shown by the browser to the user. The information will be exchanged between the browser and server as other form fields.

INPUT TYPE=image

Creates and controls an image control object.

INPUT TYPE=password

Creates a single-line text entry control object and is similar to the text control, except that text is not displayed as a user enters it.

INPUT TYPE=radio

Creates and controls a radio button control object.

INPUT TYPE=reset

Creates and controls a reset button object.

INPUT TYPE=submit

Creates and controls a submit button object that, when clicked, submits the associated form.

INPUT TYPE=text

Creates and controls a single-line text entry control object.

location

Object which contains information about the current URL.

navigator

Object which contains information about the browser.

OPTION/Option

Denotes one choice in a SELECT element.

screen

Contains information about the device screen and rendering capabilities.

SELECT

Denotes a list box or drop-down list.

SPAN

Specifies an inline text container.

STYLE/Style

Specifies inline styles for a given element.

TEXTAREA

Specifies a multiple line text input control.

window

Represents a window in the browser.

Other

With Internet Explorer Mobile, all elements are now scriptable.

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