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    Summary

    removeAttributeNS removes the specified attribute from an element.

    In Firefox 3 and later, this method resets DOM values to their defaults.

    Syntax

    element.removeAttributeNS(namespace,attrName);
    
    • namespace is a string that contains the namespace of the attribute.
    • attrName is a string that names the attribute to be removed from the current node.

    Example

    // <div id="div1" xmlns:special="http://www.mozilla.org/ns/specialspace"
    //      special:specialAlign="utterleft" width="200px" /> 
    d = document.getElementById("div1"); 
    d.removeAttributeNS("http://www.mozilla.org/ns/specialspace", "specialAlign"); 
    // now: <div id="div1" width="200px" />
    

    Notes

    DOM methods dealing with element's attributes:

    Not namespace-aware, most commonly used methods Namespace-aware variants (DOM Level 2) DOM Level 1 methods for dealing with Attr nodes directly (seldom used) DOM Level 2 namespace-aware methods for dealing with Attr nodes directly (seldom used)
    setAttribute (DOM 1) setAttributeNS setAttributeNode setAttributeNodeNS
    getAttribute (DOM 1) getAttributeNS getAttributeNode getAttributeNodeNS
    hasAttribute (DOM 2) hasAttributeNS - -
    removeAttribute (DOM 1) removeAttributeNS removeAttributeNode -

    Specification

    DOM Level 2 Core: removeAttributeNS

     

     

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