HTMLAreaElement.hostname

The HTMLAreaElement.hostname property is a string containing the domain of the URL.

Value

A string containing the domain of the URL associated with the area element. It can be used as both a setter and getter.

Examples

<textarea id="log" rows="4" cols="100"></textarea>
<map name="infographic">
  <area
    id="area1"
    shape="rect"
    coords="184,6,253,27"
    href="/en-US/docs/HTMLAreaElement"
    target="_blank"
    alt="Mozilla" />
  <area
    id="area2"
    shape="circle"
    coords="130,136,60"
    href="https://coolexample.com/"
    target="_blank"
    alt="MDN" />
</map>
// An element is in the document
const area1 = document.getElementById("area1");
const area2 = document.getElementById("area2");

const log = document.getElementById("log");
log.textContent = `area1 hostname: ${area1.hostname} \n`; // 'developer.mozilla.org'
log.textContent += `area2 hostname: ${area2.hostname}`;  // 'coolexample.com'

Specifications

Specification
HTML Standard
# dom-hyperlink-hostname-dev

Browser compatibility

BCD tables only load in the browser

See also