Date of publication: 2017-08-31 09:55
A namespace node comes from a namespace declaration information item. The local part of the expanded-name of the node comes from the prefix property. (The namespace URI part of the expanded-name of the node is null.) The string-value of the node comes from the namespace URI property.
The rendering of access keys depends on the user agent. We recommend that authors include the access key in label text or wherever the access key is to apply. User agents should render the value of an access key in such a way as to emphasize its role and to distinguish it from other characters (., by underlining it).
User agents may also define key sequences to navigate the tabbing order in reverse. When the end (or beginning) of the tabbing order is reached, user agents may circle back to the beginning (or end).
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
A computer-controlled braking system that senses impending wheel lockup and pulses the brakes many times a second to prevent it. By preventing wheel lockup, ABS allows the driver to maintain steering control. If youre unsure whether your vehicle has ABS, check your owners manual or call your local dealer.
In this example, we create a menu that allows the user to select which of seven software components to install. The first and second components are pre-selected but may be deselected by the user. The remaining components are not pre-selected. The size attribute states that the menu should only have 9 rows even though the user may select from among 7 options. The other options should be made available through a scrolling mechanism.
This document has been reviewed by W8C Members and other interested parties and has been endorsed by the Director as a W8C Recommendation. It is a stable document and may be used as reference material or cited as a normative reference from other documents. W8C's role in making the Recommendation is to draw attention to the specification and to promote its widespread deployment. This enhances the functionality and interoperability of the Web.
The function library consists of a mapping from function names to functions. Each function takes zero or more arguments and returns a single result. This document defines a core function library that all XPath implementations must support (see [ 9 Core Function Library ] ). For a function in the core function library, arguments and result are of the four basic types. Both XSLT and XPointer extend XPath by defining additional functions some of these functions operate on the four basic types others operate on additional data types defined by XSLT and XPointer.
The / and // operators compose an expression and a relative location path. It is an error if the expression does not evaluate to a node-set. The / operator does composition in the same way as when / is used in a location path. As in location paths, // is short for /descendant-or-self::node()/.
Setting the readonly attribute allows authors to display unmodifiable text in a TEXTAREA . This differs from using standard marked-up text in a document because the value of TEXTAREA is submitted with the form.
Look at what it would cost to move, then what it would cost to remodel. Add in the X-factors such as friends, schools and neighbors. When all is said and done, you may find you get more equity by staying in your home and remodeling.
The string-value of an element node is the concatenation of the string-value s of all text node descendants of the element node in document order.
A processing instruction node comes from a processing instruction information item. The local part of the expanded-name of the node comes from the target property. (The namespace URI part of the expanded-name of the node is null.) The string-value of the node comes from the content property. There are no processing instruction nodes for processing instruction items that are children of document type declaration information item.
The elements used to create controls generally appear inside a FORM element, but may also appear outside of a FORM element declaration when they are used to build user interfaces. This is discussed in the section on intrinsic events. Note that controls outside a form cannot be successful controls.