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namedItem method

Retrieves an object from an areas collection.

Syntax

var pdisp = areas.namedItem(name);

Parameters

name [in]

Type: String

A String that specifies the IHTMLAnchorElement::name or IHTMLElement::id property of the object to retrieve. A collection is returned if more than one match is made.

pdisp [out, retval]
C++The address of a pointer to a variable that receives an IDispatch interface for the object or collection if successful, or null otherwise.
JavaScriptReturns an object or a collection of objects if successful, or null otherwise.

Return value

Type: Object

The address of a pointer to a variable that receives an IDispatch interface for the object or collection if successful, or null otherwise.Returns an object or a collection of objects if successful, or null otherwise.

Standards information

There are no standards that apply here.

Remarks

This method first searches for an object with a matching IHTMLElement::id attribute. If a match is not found, then the method searches for an object with a matching IHTMLAnchorElement::name attribute, but only on those elements that are allowed a name attribute.

Windows Internet Explorer 8 and later. In IE8 Standards mode, the IHTMLAreasCollection3::namedItem method does not return collections if more than one named item is found; instead, it returns the first case-insensitive matched element. For more information on IE8 mode, see Defining Document Compatibility.

The IHTMLAreasCollection3::namedItem method was introduced in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6

Examples

The following example shows how to use the IHTMLAreasCollection3::namedItem method to retrieve a div and change its IHTMLElement::innerHTML property.


<div id="oDIV1">This text will not change.</div>
<div id="oDIV2">This text will change.</div>
<button onclick="document.all.namedItem('oDIV2').innerHTML='Changed!';">
   Change Option
</button>

See also

areas

 

 

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