com.aspose.html

Class HTMLInputElement

    • Constructor Detail

      • HTMLInputElement

        public HTMLInputElement(com.aspose.html.dom.DOMName name,
                                Document doc)

        Initializes a new instance of the HTMLInputElement class.

        Parameters:
        name - The DOM name.
        doc - The document.
    • Method Detail

      • getDefaultValue

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="defaultValue")
        public String getDefaultValue()

        When the type attribute of the element has the value "text", "file" or "password", this represents the HTML value attribute of the element. The value of this attribute does not change if the contents of the corresponding form control, in an interactive user agent, changes. See the value attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setDefaultValue

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="defaultValue")
        public void setDefaultValue(String value)

        When the type attribute of the element has the value "text", "file" or "password", this represents the HTML value attribute of the element. The value of this attribute does not change if the contents of the corresponding form control, in an interactive user agent, changes. See the value attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getDefaultChecked

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="defaultChecked")
        public boolean getDefaultChecked()

        When type has the value "radio" or "checkbox", this represents the HTML checked attribute of the element. The value of this attribute does not change if the state of the corresponding form control, in an interactive user agent, changes. See the checked attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setDefaultChecked

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="defaultChecked")
        public void setDefaultChecked(boolean value)

        When type has the value "radio" or "checkbox", this represents the HTML checked attribute of the element. The value of this attribute does not change if the state of the corresponding form control, in an interactive user agent, changes. See the checked attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getFiles

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="files")
        public IFileList getFiles()

        The files IDL attribute allows scripts to access the elementРІР‚в„ўs selected files. On getting, if the IDL attribute applies, it must return a FileList object that represents the current selected files. The same object must be returned until the list of selected files changes. If the IDL attribute does not apply, then it must instead return null. [FILEAPI]

      • getAccept

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="accept")
        public String getAccept()

        A comma-separated list of content types that a server processing this form will handle correctly. See the accept attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setAccept

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="accept")
        public void setAccept(String value)

        A comma-separated list of content types that a server processing this form will handle correctly. See the accept attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getAccessKey

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="accessKey")
        public String getAccessKey()

        A single character access key to give access to the form control. See the accesskey attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setAccessKey

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="accessKey")
        public void setAccessKey(String value)

        A single character access key to give access to the form control. See the accesskey attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getAlign

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="align")
        public String getAlign()

        Aligns this object (vertically or horizontally) with respect to its surrounding text. See the align attribute definition in HTML 4.01. This attribute is deprecated in HTML 4.01.

      • setAlign

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="align")
        public void setAlign(String value)

        Aligns this object (vertically or horizontally) with respect to its surrounding text. See the align attribute definition in HTML 4.01. This attribute is deprecated in HTML 4.01.

      • getAlt

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="alt")
        public String getAlt()

        Alternate text for user agents not rendering the normal content of this element. See the alt attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setAlt

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="alt")
        public void setAlt(String value)

        Alternate text for user agents not rendering the normal content of this element. See the alt attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getChecked

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="checked")
        public boolean getChecked()

        When the type attribute of the element has the value "radio" or "checkbox", this represents the current state of the form control, in an interactive user agent. Changes to this attribute change the state of the form control, but do not change the value of the HTML checked attribute of the INPUT element.During the handling of a click event on an input element with a type attribute that has the value "radio" or "checkbox", some implementations may change the value of this property before the event is being dispatched in the document. If the default action of the event is canceled, the value of the property may be changed back to its original value. This means that the value of this property during the handling of click events is implementation dependent.

      • setChecked

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="checked")
        public void setChecked(boolean value)

        When the type attribute of the element has the value "radio" or "checkbox", this represents the current state of the form control, in an interactive user agent. Changes to this attribute change the state of the form control, but do not change the value of the HTML checked attribute of the INPUT element.During the handling of a click event on an input element with a type attribute that has the value "radio" or "checkbox", some implementations may change the value of this property before the event is being dispatched in the document. If the default action of the event is canceled, the value of the property may be changed back to its original value. This means that the value of this property during the handling of click events is implementation dependent.

      • getDisabled

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="disabled")
        public boolean getDisabled()

        The control is unavailable in this context. See the disabled attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setDisabled

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="disabled")
        public void setDisabled(boolean value)

        The control is unavailable in this context. See the disabled attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getMaxLength

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="maxLength")
        public int getMaxLength()

        Maximum number of characters for text fields, when type has the value "text" or "password". See the maxlength attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setMaxLength

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="maxLength")
        public void setMaxLength(int value)

        Maximum number of characters for text fields, when type has the value "text" or "password". See the maxlength attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getName

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="name")
        public String getName()

        Form control or object name when submitted with a form. See the name attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setName

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="name")
        public void setName(String value)

        Form control or object name when submitted with a form. See the name attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getReadOnly

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="readOnly")
        public boolean getReadOnly()

        This control is read-only. Relevant only when type has the value "text" or "password". See the readonly attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setReadOnly_Rename_Namesake

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="readOnly")
        public void setReadOnly_Rename_Namesake(boolean value)

        This control is read-only. Relevant only when type has the value "text" or "password". See the readonly attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getSize

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="size")
        public int getSize()

        Size information. The precise meaning is specific to each type of field. See the size attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setSize

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="size")
        public void setSize(int value)

        Size information. The precise meaning is specific to each type of field. See the size attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getSrc

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="src")
        public String getSrc()

        When the type attribute has the value "image", this attribute specifies the location of the image to be used to decorate the graphical submit button. See the src attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setSrc

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="src")
        public void setSrc(String value)

        When the type attribute has the value "image", this attribute specifies the location of the image to be used to decorate the graphical submit button. See the src attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getTabIndex

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="tabIndex")
        public int getTabIndex()

        Index that represents the element's position in the tabbing order. See the tabindex attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setTabIndex

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="tabIndex")
        public void setTabIndex(int value)

        Index that represents the element's position in the tabbing order. See the tabindex attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getType

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="type")
        public String getType()

        The type of control created (all lower case). See the type attribute definition in HTML 4.01. @version DOM Level 2

      • setType

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="type")
        public void setType(String value)

        The type of control created (all lower case). See the type attribute definition in HTML 4.01. @version DOM Level 2

      • getUseMap

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="useMap")
        public String getUseMap()

        Use client-side image map. See the usemap attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setUseMap

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="useMap")
        public void setUseMap(String value)

        Use client-side image map. See the usemap attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • getValue

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="value")
        public String getValue()

        When the type attribute of the element has the value "text", "file" or "password", this represents the current contents of the corresponding form control, in an interactive user agent. Changing this attribute changes the contents of the form control, but does not change the value of the HTML value attribute of the element. When the type attribute of the element has the value "button", "hidden", "submit", "reset", "image", "checkbox" or "radio", this represents the HTML value attribute of the element. See the value attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • setValue

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="value")
        public void setValue(String value)

        When the type attribute of the element has the value "text", "file" or "password", this represents the current contents of the corresponding form control, in an interactive user agent. Changing this attribute changes the contents of the form control, but does not change the value of the HTML value attribute of the element. When the type attribute of the element has the value "button", "hidden", "submit", "reset", "image", "checkbox" or "radio", this represents the HTML value attribute of the element. See the value attribute definition in HTML 4.01.

      • select

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="select")
        public void select()

        Select the contents of the text area. For INPUT elements whose type attribute has one of the following values: "text", "file", or "password".

      • click

        @DOMNameAttribute(name="click")
        public void click()

        Simulate a mouse-click. For INPUT elements whose type attribute has one of the following values: "button", "checkbox", "radio", "reset", or "submit".