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title element | title object

Contains the title of the document.

Document Object Model (DOM) Level 2 HTML Specification, Section 1.6.5HTML 4.01 Specification, Section 7.4.2

HTML information

Closing Tagrequired
CSS Displayblock

DOM Information

Inheritance Hierarchy

 Node
  Element
   HTMLElement
     title

Members

The title object has these types of members:

Events

The title object has these events.

EventDescription
abort

Fires when the user aborts the download.

change

Fires when the contents of the object or selection have changed.

error

Fires when an error occurs during object loading.

input

Occurs when the text content of an element is changed through the user interface.

load

Fires immediately after the client loads the object.

readystatechange

Fires when the state of the object has changed.

reset

Fires when the user resets a form.

resize

Fires when the size of the object is about to change.

 

Methods

The title object has these methods.

MethodDescription
applyElement

Makes the element either a child or parent of another element.

clearAttributes

Removes all attributes and values from the object.

cloneNode

Copies a reference to the object from the document hierarchy.

componentFromPoint

Returns the component located at the specified coordinates via certain events.

doScroll

Note   doScroll is no longer supported. Starting with IE11, use scrollLeft or scrollTop. For info, see Compatibility changes.

Simulates a click on a scroll bar component.

dragDrop

Initiates a drag event.

getAdjacentText

Returns the adjacent text string.

getAttribute

Retrieves the value of the specified attribute.

getAttributeNode

Retrieves an attribute object referenced by the attribute.name property.

getAttributeNodeNS

Gets an attribute object that matches the specified namespace and name.

getAttributeNS

Gets the value of the specified attribute within the specified namespace.

getElementsByClassName

Gets a collection of objects that are based on the value of the class attribute.

getElementsByTagName

Retrieves a collection of objects based on the specified element name.

getElementsByTagNameNS

Gets a collection of objects that are based on the specified element names within a specified namespace.

hasAttribute

Determines whether an attribute with the specified name exists.

hasAttributeNS

Determines whether an attribute that has the specified namespace and name exists.

hasAttributes

Determines whether one or more attributes exist for the object.

hasChildNodes

Returns a value that indicates whether the object has children.

insertAdjacentElement

Inserts an element at the specified location.

mergeAttributes

Copies all read/write attributes to the specified element.

msMatchesSelector

Determines whether an object matches the specified selector.

normalize

Merges adjacent DOM objects to produce a normalized document object model.

removeAttribute

Removes an attribute from an object.

removeAttributeNode

Removes an attribute object from the object.

removeAttributeNS

Removes the specified attribute from the object.

removeNode

Removes the object from the document hierarchy.

replaceAdjacentText

Replaces the text adjacent to the element.

replaceNode

Replaces the object with another element.

setActive

Sets the object as active without setting focus to the object.

setAttribute

Sets the value of the specified attribute.

setAttributeNode

Sets an attribute object node as part of the object.

setAttributeNodeNS

Sets an attribute object as part of the object.

setAttributeNS

Sets the value of the specified attribute within the specified namespace.

swapNode

Exchanges the location of two objects in the document hierarchy.

 

Properties

The title object has these properties.

PropertyDescription

attributes

Retrieves a collection of attributes of the object.

canHaveChildren

Gets a value indicating whether the object can contain child objects.

canHaveHTML

Retrieves the value indicating whether the object can contain rich HTML markup.

childElementCount

Retrieves the number of immediate child nodes of the current element or a zero if the element does not contain any child nodes. childElementCount does not return all child nodes, only child nodes that are nodeType =1, or element nodes.

constructor

Returns a reference to the constructor of an object.

firstChild

Gets a reference to the first child in the childNodes collection of the object.

firstElementChild

Retrieves a reference to the first child element, or NULL if there are no child elements.

id

Sets or retrieves the string identifying the object.

isContentEditable

Gets the value that indicates whether the user can edit the contents of the object.

isDisabled

Gets the value that indicates whether the user can interact with the object.

isMultiLine

Retrieves the value indicating whether the content of the object contains one or more lines.

lastChild

Gets a reference to the last child in the childNodes collection of an object.

lastElementChild

Retrieves a reference to the last child element or NULL if there are no child elements.

nextElementSibling

Retrieves a reference to the sibling element that immediately follows or NULL if the element does not have any sibling elements that follow it.

nextSibling

Retrieves a reference to the next child of the parent for the object.

nodeName

Gets the name of a particular type of node.

nodeType

Retrieves the type of the requested node.

nodeValue

Gets or sets the value of a node.

ownerDocument

Retrieves the document object associated with the node.

parentNode

Retrieves the parent object in the document hierarchy.

previousElementSibling

Retrieves a reference to the immediately preceding sibling element or NULL if the element does not have any preceding siblings.

previousSibling

Gets a reference to the previous child of the parent for the object.

readyState

Retrieves the current state of the object.

role

Sets or retrieves the role for this element.

text

Retrieves or sets the text of the object as a string.

uniqueID

Retrieves an autogenerated, unique identifier for the object.

 

Standards information

Remarks

To set the title programmatically using script, use document.title instead of setting the innerHTML property of the title object. For more information, see BUG: Script Fails to Change the Document Title of a Web Page.

Examples

This example uses the title element to specify a title for the document.


<head>
<title>"Welcome to Internet Explorer!"</title>
</head>

 

 

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